Livestock feeds of Bangladesh
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Livestock feeds of Bangladesh availability & nutrient composition by M. Emdadul Huque

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Published by Agricultural Research Project II (Supplement), Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council/USAID in Dhaka .
Written in English



  • Bangladesh,
  • Bangladesh.


  • Feeds -- Bangladesh -- Evaluation,
  • Animal nutrition -- Bangladesh -- Requirements,
  • Forge plants -- Bangladesh -- Evaluation,
  • Crop residues as feed -- Bangladesh,
  • Livestock -- Feeding and feeds -- Bangladesh

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Edition Notes

StatementQuazi M. Emdadul Huque, Chip Stem.
ContributionsStem, Chip., Agricultural Research Project-II (Supplement), Bāṃlādeśa Kr̥shi Gabeshaṇā Kāunsila.
LC ClassificationsSF95.4.B35 E43 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 65 p., [9] p. of plates :
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3710469M
LC Control Number2003308606

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  growing population and increased use in the feed industry to meet demand in the burgeoning poultry and livestock industries. A bag of 40 kg paddy (unhusked rice) in an automatic rice mill produces four types of product and by-products which includes 26 kg of husked rice, kg of rice husk, kg of rice bran, and 2 kg of broken rice. Livestock animals, kept specially on a farm, for economic benefits. In Bangladesh these are generally cattle, buffalo, goat and sheep. Livestock constitute an important part of the wealth of a country, since in addition to draft power and leather, it provides manure, meat and milk to the vast majority of the people.. Livestock resources necessarily encompass animal health care and welfare. Bangladesh. Different crop plant grows well in different regions due to the variation of agricultural weather at diversified Agro Ecological Zones (AEZ). The whole Bangladesh has been divided in to three main divisions according to the existing agricultural weather and climate. The name of these climatic regions are given below: 1. Along with the software, the book includes the most current information on animal feeding and nutrition available, including full species coverage such as four ruminants, swine, chickens, rabbits, horses, dogs, cats, trout, and catfish. The book also extensively covers dietary energy, water requirements for livestock, and feed s:

  Ban on importing livestock from India might have a positive impact on demand for feed as domestic cattle farms will have to be built to offset its effect. Our average protein intake is kg per person per year, whereas the number for Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka is respectively 38kg, 16kg, 12kg.   Growth of Livestock Industry: The growth of feed industry largely depends on the growth of the forward linked livestock industry. According to the Department of Livestock Service by the government, Bangladesh was facing a meat deficit, but the industry experienced growth and successfully met the rising demand in the following year. DLS spearheads the government's development in the livestock sector of Bangladesh. Livestock mainly plays an important role in the national economy, contributing significantly to agriculture and the gross national product. 44% of human daily intake of animal protein comes from livestock products. প্রতিবেদন, ফোল্ডার, লিফলেট, পোস্টার ইত্যাদি. এভিয়ান.

1Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute, Savar, Dhaka , Bangladesh, [email protected], WAPSA- Bangladesh Branch Commercial poultry production in Bangladesh. Khan Shahidul Huque. 1, M. A. Saleque. 2 & Razia Khatun. 1. Abstract. Genetic potential exploitations of various commercial poultry manipulating their production systems.   Cattle and fish feed importer in Bangladesh. custom software is a process of .. Commission Based Importer of any kind of Cattle Feed in Bangladesh What kind of product can u import with us? Any kind of Designed for Book of Ra - Sizzling Hot, Lucky Ladys Charm. Animal Feed Act pdf; Bangladesh Zoo Act, (Draft) National Poultry Development Policy, ; Animal Disease Rule- pdf; Avian Influenza Compensation Strategy and Guidelines, ; National Livestock Development Policy, ; Animal Disease Act, ; Bangladesh Animal and Animal Product Quarantine Act, Bangladesh’s indigenous breed of cattle, known as Red Chittagong, is quite suitable for smallholder farmers due to its low feed requirements in comparison with productivity. The Red Chittagongs’ daily milk production averages 4–5 liters, and they calve every year [Sa, St].