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INTAS POLIVET
Year : 2020, Volume : 21, Issue : 2
First page : ( 511) Last page : ( 513)
Print ISSN : 0972-1738. Online ISSN : 2249-8796.

Evaluating correlation of mould load with changes in hay for equine consumption

Sagi S.B. Rama Raju1,*, Singh Dhananjay2, Choubey S.K.3, Thakur Ashutosh4, Bishnoi Bhupender5

Central Military Veterinary Laboratory (CMVL)Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC)Meerut Cantt. - 250001 (Meerut)

1Lab Officer Central Military Veterinary Laboratory (CMVL)Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC)Meerut Cantt. - 250001 (Meerut)

2Lab Officer Central Military Veterinary Laboratory (CMVL)Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC)Meerut Cantt. - 250001 (Meerut)

3Commandant Central Military Veterinary Laboratory (CMVL)Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC)Meerut Cantt. - 250001 (Meerut)

4Executive Veterinary Officer Central Military Veterinary Laboratory (CMVL)Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC)Meerut Cantt. - 250001 (Meerut)

5Deputy Commandant, Equine Breeding Stud, Babugarh

*Corresponding author. E-mail: sbrsagi.831h@gov.in

Online Published on 20 April, 2022.

Abstract

Presence of moulds and mycotoxins in animal feeds like hay has adverse effects on animal health. Faulty storage conditions lead to moisture development in hay causing mould development. Our study was aimed at analysing quantitative fungal load in fifty eight (58) hay samples meant for equine consumption and their proximate analysis components like moisture, crude fibre, crude fat, crude protein and acid insoluble ash (AIA).

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Keywords

Hay, Horse, Mould, Mycotoxin.

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