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  • Authors: Abd-Allah, S.;  Advisor: -;  Participants: Mohamed, M.I.; Shoukry, M.M.; Salman, F.M.; Abd- El Rahman, H.H. (2019)

  • Most of farmers indicated that crop farming and livestock keeping as the main system in their livelihoods (69%). Irrespective of the village, a large percentage of farmers (89%) indicated that cash income from the sale of goats was one of the important reasons for keeping the goat. Daily milk yields were not estimated by farmers and not taken into account. Most of the farmers (90%) indicated that lack of access to improved goats is the main constraint specified. Parasites (both internal and external) and pneumonia were recorded as important disease categories, but internal parasites were given high importance by all farmers (31%). Goats did not sell through any formal market channel i...

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  • Authors: Abd-Allah, S.;  Advisor: -;  Participants: Abd-El Rahman, H. H.; Shoukry, M. M.; Mohamed, M. I.; Salman, F.M.; Abedo, A. A. (2019)

  • Live body weight of the male was accurately and significantly (P < 0.01) predicted by the measurements of HG and NC with R2 = 0.98. While BL and paunch girth (PG) were significantly (P < 0.01) used to predict LBW of the female with R2 = 0.92. Stepwise regression analysis determined that BL and HG were the major significant contributors to the LBW prediction equation of total (male and female). Body length was the first independent variable to enter the model followed by HG, NC, and PG entered the best-fitted regression models. Thus, they were the variables entered to obtain the optimal regression models. The high correlation values between predicted and actual live body weight measure...