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  • 1. DEPARTMENT OF LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT
    LPM 312
    Feed and feeding management of goats
    IRSHAD 2K6,
    COLLEGE OF VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES,MANNUTHY
    KERALA, INDIA
  • 2. Feeding habits of goats
    • Selective feeding
    • 3. Browsing-mobile lips & very prehensile tongue. They can graze on very short grass and browse on foliage
    • 4. Fastidious eating habits – consume wide varieties of feeds & vegetation than sheep or cattle.
    • Ability & distinguish between various tastes
    • 5. Consume certain species at definite stage & reject them at other stage
    • 6. Rumen is not developed at birth but young kids start picking at hay or grass at 2-3 weeks of age and by 3-4 months the rumen fully functional.
  • Roughages
    • Green chop
    • 7. Hays and other roughages-most economical, good quality legume hay/mixed legume grass- excellent source of nutrients
    • 8. Mixed hay should contain at least 50% legume hay
    • 9. Hays- Alfalfa, red clover, ladino clover
    • 10. Tree leaves- Pipal, Neem, Mango, Asoka, mulberry etc.
    • Shrubs, herbs & climbers-Jharhari, Karonda, Gokhurch
    • 11. Grasses- Anjan, Senji, Hirankhuri
    • 12. Vegetable wastes- Carrot, Raddish, Turnip, Cabbages, Cauliflower, Mustard
    • 13. Cultivated fodders- Lucerne, Berseem, Cowpea, Mustard, Sorghum, Maize
    • 14. Pods & berries – Gular, Pakar.
    • 15. Hays and straws- Oat hay, Paddy hay, Maize
    • Energy feeds- Corn, Oats, Barley, Milo & wheat & byproducts
    • 16. Protein feeds- Cotton seed meal, Soya bean meal & others(Copra meal, Peanut meal, Sunflower meal, distillers dry grain).
    • 17. Urea and NPN substances
    Concentrates
  • 18. Commercial feeds
    • Complete food- roughage and concentrate combined
    • 19. Concentrates
    • 20. Protein supplement
  • Feed preparations
    • Pelleting and cubing
  • Concentrate requirement for adult goat
    • Maintenance- 250 g/ 50 Kg body weight
    • 21. Production rate – 450g /2.5 L milk/doe
    • 22. Pregnancy- during last months of gestation-220g / day/doe
  • Formulation of concentrate mixture
    Wheat bran – 1 part
    Grain (maize , barley) – 2 parts
    Oil cake (linseed cake, GNC) – 1 part
    Mineral mix – 2%
    Salt – 0.5%
     
  • 23. Example for concentrate mix
  • 24. Nutrient requirements of goats
  • 25. Dry matter
    • For better growth and production performance, all nutrients should be present in the ration in correct proportion.
    • 26. DM consumption is different for meat and dairy type goats.
    • 27. It is 3-4 % of body weight for dairy type
    • 28. 5-7 % in meat type goats.
  • Energy
    Energy is the vital component of goat diet affecting utilization of other nutrients and overall productivity.
    If more energy provided, the goat will gain weight faster.
    1g live wt gain/3g starch equivalent
    1kg milk/ 300 g SE.
  • 29. Protein
    A minimum of 6 % total protein requirement in diet.
    additional protein requirement for growth pregnancy, lactation and mohair production
    This can be achieved by adding concentrates in the ration.
  • 30. Minerals
    • Goat milk is rich in minerals
    • 31. Na, Cl, Ca, P, S are the main minerals to be supplemented.
    • 32. Ca and P require in larger quantities.
    • 33. It is recommended to feed a mix made of equal parts of iodised salt and dicalcium phosphate at free choice.
    • 34. Formulate mineral mix using sterilized bone meal, lime stone, iodised salt, copper sulphate, zinc oxide and ferrous carbonate.
  • DM
    Vitamins and antibiotics
    Vitamins A, D & E are to be supplemented
    Green forages and yellow maize are rich in Vitamin A.
    Vitamin D can be obtained from sunlight
    Vitamin E present in almost all rations.
  • 35. Antibiotics
    Aureomycin and terramycin are included
    It will:
    • increase growth rate of young kids
    • 36. improves general appearance of kids
    • 37. decrease the incidents of infectious diseases
  • Nutrient requirements of goats
  • 38.
  • 39. Feeding management of goats
  • 40. DM
    Feeding of kids and finisher
    Fed with colostrum within 30 mins after birth and continue for 3 days.
    Colostrum feeding is very important as
    • it is rich source of all essential nutrients
    • 41. provide Abs
    • 42. good source of vitamins like Vit A,D and minerals like Cu, Fe, Mn & Mg
    • 43. got laxative properties and cleans intestine of meconium
    After feeding colostrums for 2-3 days whole milk or milk replacer can be fed for 4 months
  • 44. DM
    • How many times the milk or milk replacer should be fed?
    • 45. Thrice daily feeding in first week and twice daily thereafter
    • 46. How much amount to be fed?
    • 47. 450ml up to 8 weeks and thereafter minimizing the quantity and completely stopped when kids attain 4 months of age.
    More accurately saying
    1/6 th body weight during 1st month
    1/8th body weight during 2nd month
    1/10th body weight during 3rd month
    Instead of using whole milk we can use milk replacer also.
  • 48. What is milk replacer?
    • It is constituted feed with 25% CP
    • 49. used to replace whole milk.
    • 50. we can practice mixing of whole milk& milk replacer
    • 51. we can use cow milk in place of goat milk.
  • DM
    • Kids start chewing their cuds by 3 weeks
    • 52. provide good legume hay or fresh green grass and creep feed along with fresh water & salt.
    • 53. creep feed with a DCP level of 18-20%, TDN 75% and 2.5-2.9 ME/kg,fed at rate of 450g/day.
  • From 4 months to breeding
    • Fed roughages supplemented with concentrates (15-16% CP level) at rate of 450g daily).
    • 54. Dairy goats are not allowed to become too fat, for this reduce the intake of energy feeds.
    • 55. Always provide clean, fresh water and minerals
    • 56. Commercial mineral mix can be used.
  • DM
    Feeding of pregnant goats
    • Provide high quality leguminous fodder adlibitum.
    • 57. concentrate with 15% CP at 400-500g/day.
    • 58. A free choice lick to mineral mix will take care of Ca and P requirement of both dam and foetus.
    • 59. Allow good grazing
    • Reduce the amount of conc. mix to half before some days of kidding
    • 60. increase amount of bran & succulent type feed to provide more bulk.
    • 61. After kidding fed the dam with bran & warm water
    • 62. gradually bring the doe to its full feed for milk production.
  • DM
    Feeding of lactating goats
    • Nutrient requirement are higher during lactation.
    • 63. Ration should contain high quality roughages like Lucerne,Berseem and other cereal grasses.
    • 64. It will provide fresh nutrients and bulks needed for production of VFAs like acetic, propionic and butyric acid, which are needed for high milk production.  
    • A concentrate feed with 14-16% CP level can be fed at the rate of 350g/L of milk obtained.
    • 65. It has to be fed 2 times/day.
    • 66. Add 1% trace mineralized salt and 1% Ca-P mineral mix to this conc mix.
    • Molasses added upto 5-7% of conc mix
    • 67. It helps to increase palatability and decrease dustiness of feed.
    • 68. Keep a clean, fresh supply of water at all times.
    • 69. After 2wks gradually increase conc. level according to milk yield and individual requirement.
    • 70. Individual requirement can be assessed easily by feeding conc. feed at milking time.
  • DM
    Feeding of breeding bucks
    • During non-breeding season, buck doesn’t require additional concentrate if it is on good pasture.
    • 71. During breeding season, conc. mix fed at the rate of 400-900g/day depending on its body wt.
    • 72. not allow buck to get too fat, hence reduce intake of energy feeds.
    • 73. Provide adlib. roughages, clean fresh water and minerals.
  • Feeding guide for goats