Elodie Dimon

Elodie Dimon
University of Parakou | UP · Faculty of Agronomy

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DIGESTIBILITE DE LA MATIERE ORGANIQUE DU CONCENTRE ALIMENTAIRE A BASE DE MORINGA OLEIFERA CHEZ LES OVINS DJALLONKE
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The carcass yield of giant African snails, Archachatina marginata, subjected to a restrictive diet for 70 days and then re-fed for 70 days, was evaluated. The objective was to determine the ability of the species to compensate for growth retardation. The study took place at the application farm of the Faculty of Agronomy of the Parakou’s University...
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The agricultural sector contributes approximately 10–20% of the total anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions. Consequently, climate change can negatively affect crop yields and livestock production thus threatening food security, especially in a vulnerable continent like Africa. This review provides an overview of climate-smart agriculture (...
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Ce travail porte sur les performances zoo-économiques des ovins Djallonké complémentés avec la feuille de Moringa oleifera au centre du Bénin. L'expérimentation a impliqué 30 antenais âgés de 7 mois et pesant en moyenne 13 ± 0,3 kg Les animaux sont répartis aléatoirement en trois lots de 10 sujets. La ration alimentaire est composée de foin de Pani...
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This article makes an inventory of the different legumes used in the diet of ruminants in Benin. It focuses on their nutritional values, the bromatological constraints related to their recovery and the zoo- economic performance of ruminants supplemented with these forage legumes. In the search for information on forage legumes exploited in the di...

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