Volume 53 (2022)
Volume 52 (2021)
Volume 51 (2020)
Volume 50 (2019)
Volume 49 (2018)
Volume 48 (2017)
Volume 47 (2016)
Volume 46 (2015)
Volume 45 (2014)
Volume 44 (2013)
Volume 43 (2012)
Volume 42 (2011)
Volume 41 (2010)
Volume 40 (2009)
Volume 39 (2009)
Effect of Adding Palm Oil, Soybean Oil or Roasted whole Soybean to the Transition Diet on Holstein Dairy Cows Performance

yousef roozbehan; saeed karimi dehkordi; hamid reza rahmani; mohammad khorvash

Volume 43, Issue 3 , October 2013, , Pages 347-355


  To assess the effects of different fat supplements (palm oil, soybean oil or complete roasted soybean) to the transition period diets on Holstein dairy cows, 30 multiparous Holstein cows (fourth parity) with 794±41 kg of body weight and 250±10 days of pregnancy were, randomly, attributed to experimental ...  Read More

An Investigation of the effect of some medicinal plants on in vitro ruminal fermentation parameters

fateme nemati; ض roozbehan; mohammad amir karimi tarshizi; javad rezaei

Volume 43, Issue 2 , September 2012, , Pages 193-206


  The aim of the current study was the screening the activity of 23 medicinal plants for decreasing the in Vitro ruminal methane production, as well to and assess sheep ruminal in vitro fermentation parameters. 57.3 mg of each medicinal plants along with 142.7 mg control diet were weighted in 120 ml wheatons ...  Read More

Effect of Different Levels of Diatary Corn and Barley Grain on Growth and Performance of Holstein Calves

ahmad zia abdolzohre; yousef roozbehan; seyed hadi hoseini; javad rezaei

Volume 43, Issue 2 , September 2012, , Pages 229-237


  In order to survey the inclusion effects of different levels of barley and/or corn grain in diet on growth and performance of Holstein calves 40 newborn calves were taken in 5 experimental groups with 4 female and 4 male calves in each group for a duration of105 days. The experimental group was comprised ...  Read More

The Influence of Echium Amoneum Extract on on vitro Ruminal Fermentation, Protozoa Population and Reduction of Methane Production

ebrahim noorian; yoosef roozbehan

Volume 43, Issue 2 , September 2012, , Pages 287-296


  In this trial, the effect of different levels of Echum amoneum (EA) (0.3, 30, 300 or 3000 µl) on in vitro ruminal fermentation characteristics and methane production was assessed. The parameters studied were in vitro Gas Production (IVGP), methane production, ammonia (NH3-N) concentration, in vitro ...  Read More

Protein Fractionation of some Feedstuffs Used in Iran Based on Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System

Seyed Meysam Tabatabaei; Yousef Rouzbehan; Gholamreza Ghorbani

Volume 42, Issue 2 , October 2011, , Pages 115-123

  The Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System (CNCPS) model has recently been increasingly employed in preparation of balanced feed ration of dairy cattle in Iran. However, a lack of appropriate characterization of the feeds has restricted the model's application. This study was conducted to evaluate ...  Read More

The in vitro Organic Matter Digestibility of Pistachio Hull using Rumen Fluid in Taleshi Sheep

Reza Lotfi noghabi; Yousef Rouzbehan

Volume 42, Issue 3 , January 2011, , Pages 231-237

  This study was conducted to assess the in vitro organic matter digestibility (OMD) of pistachio hull using rumen fluid of Taleshi sheep. Animals were fed diets composed of 34% pistachio hull, 29% grape pomace, 32% alfalfa, and 5% grain barley. The chemical composition and phenolics' levels of pistachio ...  Read More

The Effect of Adaptation to Oak Leaves on Digestibility (in vitro) and Ruminal Parameters in Alamout Goat

Seyed Mahdi Maldar; Yousef Roozbehan; Daruish Alipour

Volume 41, Issue 3 , December 2010, , Pages 243-252

  This experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of adaptation period to oak leave's tannin on rumen pH and ammonia, rumen microbial population, gas production and dry matter true digestibility (IVTDMD) in Alamout Goat’s rumen (with no previous history of oak leaf consumption) compared with ...  Read More

The Effect of Neuspora sitophila Fungi on Chemical Composition, Digestibility and Degradability of Sugar Beet Pulp

Masoud Dashti Saridorgh; Yousef Ruzbehan; SeyedAbbas Shojaosadati

Volume 40, Issue 4 , March 2010

  Chemical composition, in vitro digestibility and in situ (dry matter and protein) degradability were measured to assess the nutritive value of Sugar Beet Pulp (SBP) treated with Neuspora sitophila fungi. The obtained data were compared using t test. Dry Matter (DM), Crude Protein (CP), Neutral Detergent ...  Read More

An Assessment of Digestibility and Protein Quality of the Fresh and Ensiled Amaranth Forage, According to CNCPS

Javad Rezaei; Yousef Roozbahan; Hasan Fazaeli

Volume 40, Issue 3 , December 2009

  Quality of protein fractions, according to Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System (CNCPS), and digestibility coefficients, using Tilley and Terry procedure, of the fresh and ensiled amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) forage were assessed. The concentration of Crude Protein (CP) and True Protein ...  Read More

Effects of Drying, Ensiling or Addition of PEG on the Nutritive Value of Pistachio By-products Hull

esmat bagheri poor; yousef roozbehan; daryoosh alipoor

Volume 40, Issue 2 , September 2009

  The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effects of sun-drying, ensiling and addition of Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) on deactivation of tannins in the Pistachio By-products Hull (PBH). The chemical composition, protein quality and phenolic compounds of fresh pistachio by-products hull, sun-dried ...  Read More

The Effect of Dried Pistachio By-product on Ruminal Parameters and the Performance of Rayini Goats

a'azam mir heidari; yousef rouzbehan; hassan fazaeli

Volume 40, Issue 1 , June 2009

  The effects of replacement of alfalfa hay with pistachio by-product (PB) at 0, 25, 50, and 75% (DM basis) on the ruminal parameters, Dry Matter Intake (DMI) of female Rayini goats, after kidding, and on the Live Weight Gain (LWG) of their kids were investigated. Five single-bearing female Rayini goats ...  Read More