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.5 (1) February 2020)

A Review Of Zoonotic Pathogens Of Donkeys (equus Asinus)
: Donkeys belong to the equine family that are generally considered as the beast of burden and have helped mankind from way back in the ancient Greek history. They are considered resilient species especially in semi-arid areas where infrastructure is poor and other animals do not do well. They are used for various functions including farm tillage, transportation... Continue here

Effect Of Seasons On Physiological Responses, Milk Production And Composition In Indigenous Cows
The present investigation was carried out to find the effect of seasons on milk production and composition in indigenous Sahiwal, Tharparkar and Gir cows maintained under the intensive management practices at the institute livestock farm. Fifteen lactating cows of Tharparkar (TP), Sahiwal (SW) and Gir breed were selected in early lactation. The experiment was... Continue here

Gross And Microscopic Assessment Of Pre-paturent Heart And Lungs Of The Red Sokoto Goat
The aim of this study is to determine the state of fetal preparedness to terrestrial life by studying the heart and lung of the red Sokoto goat fetus and to establish approximate fetal survival age. In this study, the cardiopulmonary status of fifty (50) red Sokoto goat fetuses recovered post slaughter were assessed. Grossly, the heart in 6 to 7 weeks old fetuses... Continue here

Nutrient Content And In Vitro Digestibility Of Rejected Red Seaweed (eucheuma Cottonii) From Different Origin
: The nutrient content and in vitro digestibilty of rejected red seaweed (Eucheuma cottonii) from three different origin locations (regions), Alor, Ambon, and Rote was studied. Rejected seaweed Eucheuma cottoni was obtained from an agar factory located in west kupang subdistrict, Kupang regency, NTT province, Indonesia. Proximate analysis, fiber analysis (NDF,... Continue here