volume 9, issue 1, P28-34 2021
DOI: 10.51791/njap.v9i1.2254
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A. A. Awah, A. U. Mba, I. O. A. Adeleye

Abstract: SIXTEEN West African dwarf (Fouta Djallon) kids were maintained on four dietary treatments from the 4th day to 52 weeks of age in order to study the concentrations of glucose and urea in the plasma with advancing age_ The diet comprised fresh cow's milk and fresh goat's milk supplemented with chop­ped giant star grass (Cynodon nlemfuensis var robustus) plus creep and post-creep feeds. Post-absorption glucose concentration was generally higher than the pre-feeding level in all treatment groups. Glucose concentr…

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