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Kruger L, Nedambale T, Scholtz M, and Webb EC. 2016. The e ect of environmental factors and husbandry practices on stress in goats. In Small Ruminant Research, 141, pp 1-4.
Labuschagne L, Swanepoel L, Taylor P, Belmain S, and Keith M. 2016. Are avian predators e ective biological control agents for rodent pest management in agricultural systems? In Biological Control, 101, pp 94-102.
Lanszki J, Lehoczky I, Kotze A, and Somers MJ. 2016. Diet of otters (Lutra lutra) in various habitat types in the Pannonian biogeographical region compared to other regions of Europe. In PeerJ, 4, pp 1-19.
Lashmar SF, Visser C, and van MarleKoster E. 2016. SNP-based genetic diversity of South African commercial dairy and  ber goat breeds. In Small Ruminant Research, 136, pp 65-71.
Leicester HCvdW, Robinson P, and Erasmus LJ. 2016. E ects of two yeast based direct fed microbials on performance of high producing dairy cows. In Animal Feed Science And Technology, 215, pp 58-72.
Makina S, Whitacre L, Decker J, Taylor J, MacNeil M, Scholtz M, van MarleKoster E, Muchadeyi F, Makgahlela M, and Maiwashe A. 2016. Insight into the genetic composition of South African Sanga cattle using SNP data from cattle breeds worldwide. In Genetics Selection Evolution, 48(88), pp 1-7.
Malatji DP, Tsotetsi A, van MarleKoster E, and Muchadeyi F. 2016. A description of village chicken production systems and prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites: Case studies in Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal provinces of South Africa. In Onderstepoort Journal Of Veterinary Research, 83(1), pp 1-8.
Malatji DP, Tsotetsi A, van MarleKoster E, and Muchadeyi F. 2016. Population genetic structure of Ascaridia galli of extensively raised chickens of South Africa. In Veterinary Parasitology, 216, pp 89-92.
Miller J, Balme G, Lindsey PA, Loveridge A, Becker M, Begg C, Brink H, Dolrenry S, Hunt J, Jansson I, Macdonald D, Mandisodza- Chikerema R, Cotterill A, Winterbach CW, and Winterbach HEK. 2016. Aging traits and sustainable trophy hunting of African lions. In Biological Conservation, 201, pp 160-168.
Mogase C, Lehloenya KC, and Dattena M. 2016. Applicability of Day 0 superovulation protocol in Boer goats. In Small Ruminant Research, 136, pp 261-264.
Mokori A, Schonfeldt HC, and Hendriks SL. 2016. Child factors associated with complementary feeding practices in Uganda. In South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1(1), pp 1-8.
Moore A, Cotterill F, Winterbach CW, Winterbach HEK, Antunes A, and O’Brien S. 2016. Genetic Evidence for Contrasting Wetland and Savannah Habitat Specializations in Di erent Populations of Lions (Panthera leo). In Journal of Heredity, 107(2), pp 101-103.
Motiang D, and Webb EC. 2016. The in uence of household characteristics on cattle o -take rates in the North West Province of South Africa. In Livestock Research for Rural Development, 28(6), pp 1-10.
Moyo RM, van Niekerk WA, Hassen A, Coertze RJ, du Toit C, and Gemeda BS. 2016. Ensiling quality of maize as in uenced by the addition of wet distillers grains with soluble. In South African Journal of Animal Science, 46(1), pp 21-28.
Mynhardt H, van Niekerk WA, Erasmus LJ, Hassen A, and Coertze RJ. 2016. Substitution of rumen degradable nitrogen with urea in sheep fed low quality Eragrostis curvula hay. In Scientia Agricola, 73(6), pp 498-504.
Nemakonde (Zwane) AA, Maiwashe A, Makgahlela M, Choudhury A, Taylor J and, van MarleKoster E. 2016. Genome-wide identi cation of breed-informative single-nucleotide polymorphisms in three South African indigenous cattle breeds. In South African Journal of Animal Science, 46(3), pp 302-312.
Nortje G, van Hoven W, Laker M, Jordaan JC, and Louw MA. 2016. Quantifying the Impact of O -Road Driving on Root-Area Distribution in Soils. In African Journal of Wildlife Research, 46(1), pp 33-48.
Petzer I, Karzis J, Donkin EF, and Webb EC. 2016. A pathogen-speci c approach towards udder health management in dairy herds: Using culture and somatic cell counts from routine herd investigations. In Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 83(1), pp 1-12.
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