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  1. Effect of mixtures of water spinach and fresh water hyacinth leaves on growth performance of pigs fed a basal diet of rice bran and cassava root meal

2. A note on the effect of fresh mulberry leaves, fresh sweet potato vine or a mixture of both foliages on intake, digestibility and N retention of growing pigs given a basal diet of broken rice

3. Effect of variety and wilting on HCN content of cassava leaves and on intake, digestibility and N retention by growing pigs

4. Intake, digestibility and N retention by growing pigs fed ensiled or dried Taro (Colocasia esculenta) leaves as the protein supplement in basal diets of rice bran/broken rice or rice bran/cassava root meal

5. Survey on feed utilization for cattle production in Takeo province

6. Effect of levels of sun-dried cassava foliage on growth performance of cattle fed rice straw

7. Growth performance of pigs fed water spinach or water spinach mixed with mulberry leaves, as protein sources in basal diets of cassava root meal plus rice bran or sugar palm syrup plus broken rice

8. Digestibility and N-retention in crossbred pigs of diets with water spinach or water spinach mixed with mulberry leaves as protein sources in basal diets of cassava root meal plus rice bran, or sugar palm syrup plus broken rice

9. Effect of different protein levels derived from mixtures of water spinach and fresh sweet potato vines in basal diets of broken rice or cassava root meal and rice bran for growing pigs

10. Survey of taro varieties and their use in selected areas of Cambodia

11. Digestibility and nitrogen balance studies in pigs fed diets with ensiled taro (Colocasia esculenta) leaves as replacement for fish meal

12. Effect of Taro (Colocasia esculenta) leaf silage as replacement for fish meal on feed intake and growth performance of crossbred pigs.
 

 

 

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