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Abstract

This study was conducted over 45 days, on a total of 25 sample animals. It targeted the nutritional myopathies of camels, born and bred in Qatar, ranging in age from zero to three months. Blood and fecal samples of young were collected to identify the quality of commercially-used starter feeds and conventional feeds. Commercially manufactured silage stored and produced within the municipality is available for herdsmen to purchase as replacement feeds for adult lactating dam. Further study will target the use of milk replacement among nursing animals due to dam with low milk output in order to prevent young animals from incurring further degenerative diseases. Randomized samples will be collected.

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2012-10-01
2019-09-17
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