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Title: Management practice of spotted deer (Axis axis) farming condition in Bangladesh
Keywords: Feeds and feeding, management, spotted deer
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: A production Report submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, CHITTAGONG VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, KHULSHI, CHITTAGONG.
Abstract: In this experiment housing, feeds and feeding, vaccination, deworming, production and reproduction profile and herd management of spotted deer were studied in captive condition at various zoo, safari park and farm. Data collection from 569 spotted deer at various captive areas consisting of adult male, adult female, juvenile and infant were studied 10th March to 10th November 2015 for period of eight months. Housing mainly intensive, semi intensive, scavenging were practice in there .Available feeds supplied to the spotted deer were maize fodder, Napier, yard long bean, Para and Bermuda grass, vine spinach, red spinach ,ash gourd leaves ,cabbages, carrot, pawruti, papaya, gram, wheat barn and soybean meal, amla, bit salt. The average CP and ME were 9.8% and 14.24 MJ per day, respectively The average birth weight of males and females were 3.0 and 2.5kg, adult males and females were 80.44 and 57.6kg, males and females weaning weights were 19.98 and 18kg, respectively. It also observed that average weaning age, length of estrus, first fawning and gestation lengths were 5.0months, 17.74day, 14.32 months and 230.74days respectively. From the study it may suggested that keeping nutritive status the reproductive and reproductive parameters of the spotted deer , recommended rations needs to be followed similarly efficient management systems needs to be developed.
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