Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 47 Sayı: 6 Sayfa Aralığı: 515 - 528 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.55730/1300-0128.4321 İndeks Tarihi: 17-01-2024

Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus)

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This study assessed the effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch (TIKH) on location preference, body surface temperature, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born Black Bengal goat kids. Does were maintained in the same shed, born kids (n = 12) were divided into two groups along with mothers to begin experiments from day 1 of birth. The treatment group (TIKH) of kids was given a TIKH to which kids had free access, but not the adults. However, in the control group (CONT) kids were reared without TIKH. The floor surface temperature of TIKH was significantly (p < 0.05) higher at night as compared to goat shed in December (4.28%), January (3.98%), and February (7.72%). The interior roof surface of TIKH had 25.12%, 33.55%, 31.85%, 10.99%, and 4.37% higher (p < 0.01) temperatures at night compared to the roof surface temperature of the goat shed in December, January, February, March, and April, respectively. The presence of kids inside the TIKH at the age of 1–15 days was the greatest in morning (80.5%) and evening (72.2%). Between the ages of 16–-60 days, the preference of kids for the TIKH varied from 69.2% to 54.2% in the morning and from 70.0% to 66.7% in the evening. However, at the age of 61–75 days, kids’ preference for TIKH gradually declined in the morning (11.6%) and evening (19.9%) due to the increased inside temperature. Kids weaning weight was 23.25% higher (p < 0.05) in the TIKH group as compared to that of CONT. The average daily gain (0–30 days) was higher (41.34%; p < 0.05) in kids in the TIKH compared to the CONT shed. The haemato-biochemical profiles of kids were similar in both groups except for blood serum glucose, which was greater (p < 0.05) in kids of the TIKH than that of CONT shed. In conclusion, the provision of TIKH improved the growth and overall performance of winter-born Black Bengal goat kids during pre and postweaning periods.
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Chicago Das Ajoy,Mandal Dr. Dilip Kumar, M. KARUNAKARAN,Chatterjee Anupam Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). (2023): 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
MLA Das Ajoy,Mandal Dr. Dilip Kumar, M. KARUNAKARAN,Chatterjee Anupam Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). , 2023, ss.515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
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Vancouver Das A,Mandal D, M,Chatterjee A Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). . 2023; 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
IEEE Das A,Mandal D, M,Chatterjee A "Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus)." , ss.515 - 528, 2023. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
ISNAD Das, Ajoy vd. "Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus)". (2023), 515-528. https://doi.org/10.55730/1300-0128.4321
APA Das A, Mandal D, M, Chatterjee A (2023). Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 47(6), 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
Chicago Das Ajoy,Mandal Dr. Dilip Kumar, M. KARUNAKARAN,Chatterjee Anupam Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 47, no.6 (2023): 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
MLA Das Ajoy,Mandal Dr. Dilip Kumar, M. KARUNAKARAN,Chatterjee Anupam Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, vol.47, no.6, 2023, ss.515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
AMA Das A,Mandal D, M,Chatterjee A Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 2023; 47(6): 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
Vancouver Das A,Mandal D, M,Chatterjee A Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus). Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. 2023; 47(6): 515 - 528. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
IEEE Das A,Mandal D, M,Chatterjee A "Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus)." Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, 47, ss.515 - 528, 2023. 10.55730/1300-0128.4321
ISNAD Das, Ajoy vd. "Effect of thermo-insulated kid hutch on location preference, growth performance, and blood haemato-biochemical indices of winter-born goat kids (Capra hircus)". Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences 47/6 (2023), 515-528. https://doi.org/10.55730/1300-0128.4321