Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2536-7099
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/JASVM
Start Year: 2016

Journal of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (JASVM) (ISSN: 2536-7099) is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that publishes original articles in all areas of animal science and health. The Journal is positioned to provide the most rapid system for reviewing and publishing. Articles published in JASVM will be of tremendous contribution to the field of Medicine,... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.7 (2) April 2022)

Nutrient Characterization Of Processed Cassava Peels And Dietary Sludge Supplementation On Pig Performance
The study was carried out to evaluate nutrient characterization of processed cassava peels and dietary sludge supplementation on pig performance. A total of twenty-five (25) crossbred weaner pigs weighing averagely 8.5±2.5 kg were used. They were allotted into five treatments groups with three replicates in a completely randomized design. These pigs were... Continue here

Studies On The Haemato-biochemical Changes In Growing Broilers After Being Fed On Icacina Oliviformis (false Yam) Tuber Meal
Haemato-biochemical alterations were studied from feeding and slaughter experiments in growing broilers to investigate the effects of Icacina oliviformis (false yam) tuber meal on haemato-biochemical changes. Diets contained:  raw seed meal without any treatment (30 g/kg diet), tuber meal treated without aqueous ethanol (70% alcohol; 60 g/kg), tuber meal... Continue here

Evaluation Of Growth, Carcass And Meat Sensory Characteristics Of West African Dwarf Bucks Fed Dietary Enterolobium Cyclocarpum Leaves
The leaves of Enterolobium cyclocarpum contain secondary metabolites which have beneficial and detrimental effects on the animals consuming them. This experiment was thus designed to investigate these effects on the growth performance, carcass and meat sensory characteristics of WAD bucks fed concentrate diets containing varying levels of Enterolobium cyclocarpum... Continue here

Dietary Effects Of Substituting Maize For Yellow Cocoyam (xanthosoma Sagittifolium) As Energy Source For Weaner Pigs
Due to consistent increases in the prices of conventional feeds, researchers have started looking for alternative sources of feeds. The research was conducted to investigate the dietary effect of substituting maize for cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) as energy source for weaner pigs. The experiment was conducted at the Swine Unit of the Teaching and Research... Continue here