SA Journal of Animal Science

Issue: 2
1 981, Volume 11, Issue 2
Title Page Author(s)
The synchronization of oestrus in sheep: 6. Evaluation of synchronisation and AI techniques (Research note) 49 - 52 J.M. van der Westhuysen, J.P.C. Greyling, P.G. Loubser & C.P.J. Coetzee
The synchronisation of oestrus in sheep: 7. Under dry extensive conditions (Research note) 53 - 54 J.M. van der Westhuysen, C.A. van der Merwe & E.C. Bergh
A simple technique for continuous intravenous infusion of adult sheep 55 - 56 J. Grobbelaar, A.W. Lishman, W.A. Botha, D.J. Millar & S.F. Lesch
Animal growth in the context of time series and linear optimal control systems 57 - 68 C.Z.Roux
The allometric–autoregressive model in genetic studies: Heritabilities and correlations in the rat 69 - 76 M.M. Scholtz & C.Z. Roux
Groeitoets met kuikens vir die lisiengehalte van vis-, grondboonoliekoek- en sonneblomoliekoekmeel 77 - 84 J.J. du Preez, J.P. Hayes & J.B. Marais
Die invloed van energiepeil en askorbiensuur op produksie en beenvorming by braaikuikens 85 - 91 L.G. Ekermans, J.W. Nel & A.W.H. Neitz
Die invloed van bytsodabehandelde ruvoer op die waterinname van melkbokke 93 - 98 P.I. Wilke , A Smith & E. Janovsky
The likely efficiency of prenatal energy utilization (Research note) 99 - 100 M.M. Scholtz, D.S. de Bruin, M.D. Olver, C.Z. Roux & H.S. Hofmeyr

1 981, Volume 11, Issue 2 SASAP Annual Congress 1981, Invited paper
Title Page Author(s)
The utilization of crop residues and animal wastes by ruminants 111 - 117 H.S. Hofmeyr, P.H. Henning & P.B. Cronjé
Byproducts of the sugar industry as animal feeds 119 - 137 B.D.H. van Niekerk
New protein feeds and strategies for future animal production 139 - 152 J.G. Cloete
The utilisation of agricultural and industrial by-products by the non-ruminant 153 - 157 D.G. Mordant
Economic and legal aspects related to the utilization of certain by-products in the animal feed industry 159 - 169 J.E.F.M. Denny
Mineral status and profiles (blood, bone and milk) of the grazing ruminant with special reference to calcium, phosphorus and mag 171 - 182 E.A.N. Engels
Selenium deficiency in cattle 183 - 186 S.L. Moxon
Recent developments in poultry nutrition 187 - 193 R.M. Gous
Measuring beef production in the cow herd 195 - 209 E.W. Klosterman
The significance of conformation in relation to beef carcass merit 199 - 210 R.T. Naudé

Issue: 3
1 981, Volume 11, Issue 3
Title Page Author(s)
Die benutting van Cynodon aethiopicus Clayton et Harlan (stergras) en Pennisetum clandestinum Hochst ex chiov (kikuyu) as hooig 211 - 216 T.M. Laas, J.W. Nel & J.O. Grunow
Supplementing sheep with protein and phosphorus on native pasture of the central Orange Free State. 2. Feed intake, mass change 217 - 227 H.O. de Waal, E.A.N. Engels, F.J. van der Merwe & L.C. Biel
Stepwise adaptation of sheep fed ad libitum to a high concentrate diet and its effect on ruminal pH and lactic acid concentrati 229 - 236 R.I. Mackie & F.M.C. Gilchrist
Ruproteïenbehoeftes van agtien-maand-oud osse gedurende die afrondingsperiode 237 - 245 H.J. van der Merwe, A.P. van Schalkwyk & L.J.J. van Rensburg
Practical implications of the effect of drying and treatment on nitrogen content and in vitro digestibility of samples collected 247 - 254 E.A.N. Engels, H.O. de Waal, L.C. Biel & A. Malan
The influence of dietary energy on a mathematical model for growth, body composition and feed utilization of pigs 255 - 268 C.Z. Roux & E.H. Kemm
Endogenous energy, a cause of biased true metabolisable energy values 269 - 272 J.J. du Preez, J.P. Hayes & J.S. Duckitt
Retention of trace elements in the livers of sheep fed poultry manure as a ration component 273 - 278 J.B.J. van Ryssen & H.M. Jagoe
Ware metaboliseerbare energiewaardes met stikstofkorreksies om additiwiteit by pluimveediëte te verbeter 279 - 283 A. du P. Minnaar & J. Erasmus
Die effek van snystadium op die waarde van gedehidreerde lusernmeel in varkgroeidiëte (Navorsingsberig) 285 - 286 E.H. Kemm & M.N. Ras
The influence of divergent inocula on in vitro digestibility (Research note) 287 - 289 P.J.L. Zeeman & M.J. Coetsee