How to care and management shows and litter

Feeding and Management of Sow and Litter

September 24, 2021 Admin

Care and management of pregnant sow are very essential in order to prevent most pig farrowing problems. Feeding sows before and after farrowing with healthy food is usually encouraged. Feed lactating sow well so she can produce enough milk for Read more…

Castration in Farm Animals – Methods & Importance

September 15, 2021 Admin

What is Castration in farm Animals? Castration of farm animals is the act of removing the animal’s gonads – removal or disruption of the testes or/and the crushing of the spermatic cord to prevent the animal from breeding, this is Read more…

Disbudding & Dehorning Methods and Importance

September 10, 2021 Admin

What is Dehorning? Dehorning is the prevention of the growth of horns or the total removal of horns from cattle, goats, and other animals having horns on their heads. Similarly, disbudding is a related term that simply means the removal Read more…

Animal identification System and Importance

July 10, 2021 Admin

From time immemorial, people have devised different methods of identifying their animals. The animal identification system stems from finding a way to differentiate your animals from others. However, animal identification is now scientifically more important even if your animals are Read more…

Balsam (Impatiens balsamina) Plant System

October 10, 2021 Admin

Balsam plant, also called Impatiens balsamina, spotted snapweed, touch-me-not, garden balsam, or rose balsam is a simple herbaceous flowering plant. Balsam plant leaves and seeds are the most useful parts of the plant. however, the plant leaves can be poisonous Read more…

What are Igneous Rocks, Types and Formation

October 5, 2021 Admin

What is Igneous Rock? Igneous rock ( also called magmatic rock) is one of the 3 main types of rocks and it is formed by the cooling and solidification of magma. Igneous rocks are characterized by a deposit of different Read more…

Factors affecting soil bacteria population

Factors Affecting Soil Bacteria Population

August 5, 2021 Admin

What is Soil Bacteria? Soil bacteria are of the plant classification and a subdivision of the soil microorganism. Bacteria are single-cell organisms that are more numerous in the soils and they are very important in various soil processes. Soil bacteria Read more…

What is the origin of Fenugreek - Trigonella foenum-graecum

What is Fenugreek – Origin and History

July 5, 2021 Admin

What is Fenugreek? Fenugreek is an annual plant and herb that has been in use for millennia. Fenugreek belongs to the family Fabaceae and the scientific name is Trigonella foenum-graecum. Since ancient times, the fenugreek is grown and used both Read more…

How to care and management shows and litter

Feeding and Management of Sow and Litter

September 24, 2021 Admin

Care and management of pregnant sow are very essential in order to prevent most pig farrowing problems. Feeding sows before and after farrowing with healthy food is usually encouraged. Feed lactating sow well so she can produce enough milk for Read more…

E. Colibacillosis Disease in Pigs and Treatment

July 15, 2021 Admin

Bacterial and parasitic infections are common in a piggery. Diarrhea is usually a common symptom of most of these diseases, however diarrhea caused by the bacterium Escherichia coli is the most common cause of death in piglets. It usually causes Read more…

Selecting Rabbits for Mating and Breeding

May 30, 2021 Admin

Rabbit farming is a very profitable business, no doubt about this. To increase your productivity, however, breeding is a fulcrum of successful rabbit rearing. Rabbit breeding has seasons – you can start planning to mate your rabbit as early as Read more…

Methods of fruit and seed dispersal

Methods of Seed and Fruit Dispersal

May 5, 2021 Admin

Why is Seed Dispersal Important? When flowering is over and the fruits and seeds ripen, they fall from the parent plant to the ground. The number of seeds produced by a single plant is often very large. However, most of Read more…