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Authors: Alam Rajon, S M Ahosanul
Keywords: Goats, management, feeding, milk yield, farms.
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: This study was conducted to investigate the management practices and milk yield of Black Bengal goats under different farms at Saghata upazilla of Gaibandha District of Bangladesh during the period of March, 2017 to April, 2017. The farms were visited several times to know their daily activities and management. The kids were kept separately from their mother from overnight. In morning their weight was taken before milk feeding. Then they were allowed to suck their dam. After completing the milk feeding kids were weighted again. The amount of milk yield in a day was calculated between the differences of weight of kid after milk feeding and weight of kid before milk feeding. Data were collected from 12 female Black Bengal goats with their subsequent milk yield at weekly intervals. The 12 female Black Bengal goats were selected. The milk yield of Black Bengal goat’s breeds under 3 different farms was studied. The average milk yield of farm 1, 2 and 3 are 225  10.29, 214.22  9.83 and 214.06  8.04 respectively. The average milk yield of Data collected date are 172.5 9.46 to 280.42  16.45 for the time of 1 to 8 respectively. In this study it has been seen that the milk yield is more in that farm which have good management facilities and somewhat lower production in that farm which have less management facilities.
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