Nutrition of Range Goats in a Shrubland of Western India
Raghavendra Bhatta, A. K. Shinde, S. K. Sankhyan, D. L. Verma
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2002;15(12):1719-1724.   Published online 2002 Jan 1     DOI:
Citations to this article as recorded by Crossref logo
Effect of complete feed block with tree leaves rich in hydrolysable and condensed tannins on nutrient utilization, rumen fermentation and growth performance of lambs
Ganesh N. Aderao, Artabandhu Sahoo, Pankaj Kumar Kumawat, Randhir Singh Bhatt
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition.2020; 104(1): 101.     CrossRef
Rumen methane amelioration in sheep using two selected tanniferous phyto-leaves
Luna Baruah, Pradeep K. Malik, Atul P. Kolte, Priyal Goyal, Arindam Dhali, Raghavendra Bhatta
Carbon Management.2019; 10(3): 299.     CrossRef
Effect of tamarind seed husk supplementation on ruminal methanogenesis, methanogen diversity and fermentation characteristics
Pradeep K. Malik, Atul P. Kolte, Bhoomika Bakshi, Luna Baruah, Arindam Dhali, Raghavendra Bhatta
Carbon Management.2017; 8(4): 319.     CrossRef
Dietary selection by goats and the implications for range management in the Chihuahuan Desert: a review
M. Mellado
The Rangeland Journal.2016; 38(4): 331.     CrossRef
Seasonal Variations in Voluntary Intake and Apparent Digestibility of Forages in Goats Grazing on Introduced <i>Leymus chinensis</i> Pasture
Zewei Sun, Zaisen Wang, Qingzhen Zhong, Daowei Zhou
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences.2014; 27(6): 818.     CrossRef
Chemical composition, rumen degradability, protein utilization and lactation response to selected tree leaves as substitute of cottonseed cake in the diet of dairy goats
N.A. Khan, G. Habib, G. Ullah
Animal Feed Science and Technology.2009; 154(3-4): 160.     CrossRef
Diet composition, herbage intake and digestibility in Inner Mongolian Cashmere goats grazing on native Leymus chinensis plant communities
Zewei Sun, Daowei Zhou, Luis M.M. Ferreira, Qingzhen Zhong, Yujie Lou
Livestock Science.2008; 116(1-3): 146.     CrossRef
Effect of feeding complete diets containing graded levels of Prosopis cineraria leaves on feed intake, nutrient utilization and rumen fermentation in lambs and kids
Raghavendra Bhatta, S. Vaithiyanathan, N.P. Singh, D.L. Verma
Small Ruminant Research.2007; 67(1): 75.     CrossRef
Effect of feeding complete feed block containingProsopis cineraria leaves and polyethylene glycol (PEG)-6000 on nutrient intake, its utilization, rumen fermentation pattern and rumen enzyme profile in kids
Raghavendra Bhatta, Subbiah Vaithiyanathan, Ajay K Shinde, Ramesh C Jakhmola
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.2005; 85(11): 1788.     CrossRef
Effect of tree leaf as supplementation on nutrient digestion and rumen fermentation pattern in sheep grazing semi-arid range of India – II
R. Bhatta, S. Vaithiyanathan, N.P. Singh, A.K. Shinde, D.L. Verma
Small Ruminant Research.2005; 60(3): 281.     CrossRef
Effect of feeding tree leaves as supplements on the nutrient digestion and rumen fermentation pattern in sheep grazing on semi-arid range of India – I
R. Bhatta, S. Vaithiyanathan, N.P. Singh, A.K. Shinde, D.L. Verma
Small Ruminant Research.2005; 60(3): 273.     CrossRef
Gender and tooth wear effects on diets of grazing goats
M. Mellado, A. Rodríguez, J.A. Villarreal, R. Rodríguez, J. Salinas, R. López
Small Ruminant Research.2005; 57(2-3): 105.     CrossRef
Recent developments in goat nutrition and application: A review
P. Morand-Fehr
Small Ruminant Research.2005; 60(1-2): 25.     CrossRef
Effect of supplementation containing polyethylene glycol (PEG)-6000 on intake, rumen fermentation pattern and growth in kids fed foliage of Prosopis cineraria
Raghavendra Bhatta, A.K Shinde, D.L Verma, S.K Sankhyan, S Vaithiyanathan
Small Ruminant Research.2004; 52(1-2): 45.     CrossRef
Effect of polyethylene glycol-6000 on nutrient intake, digestion and growth of kids browsing Prosopis cineraria
Raghavendra Bhatta, A.K. Shinde, S. Vaithiyanathan, S.K. Sankhyan, D.L. Verma
Animal Feed Science and Technology.2002; 101(1-4): 45.     CrossRef