Aboul-Fotouh, G. E., S. M. Allam, E. I. Shehata, and S. N. A. EIAzeem. 2000. Effect of some medicinal plants as feed additives on milk production and composition of lactating buffaloes. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feed. 3:31-41.
Ahmed, A. A., Neamat I. Bassuony, Set El-Habiab S. Awad, A. M. Aiad, and S. A. Mohamed. 2009. Adding natural juice of vegetables and fruitage to ruminant diets (b) nutrients utilization, microbial safety and immunity, effect of diets suplemented with lemon, onion and garlic juice fed to growing buffalo calves. World J. Agric. Sci. 5:456-465.
Allen, M. S., B. J. Bradford, and M. Oba. 2009. Board invited review: The hepatic oxidation theory of the control of feed intake and its application to ruminants. J. Anim. Sci. 87:3317-3334.
AOAC. 2005. Official methods of analysis. 16th edn. AOAC International, Washington, DC, USA.
Choi, J. H., D. W. Kim, Y. S. Moon, and D. S. Chang. 1996. Feeding effect of oriental medicine on the functional properties of pig meat. J. Korean Soc. Food Nutr. 25:110-117.
Dirinck, P., A. De Winne, M. Casteels, and M. Frigg. 1996. Studies on vitamin E and meat quality: 1. Effect of feeding high vitamin E levels on time-related pork quality. J. Agric. Food Chem. 44:65-68.
Disler, P. B., S. R. Lynch, R. W. Charlton, J. D. Torrance, T. H. Bothwell, R. B. Walker, and F. Mayet. 1975. The effect of tea on iron absorption. Gut 16:193-200.
Elvin-Lewis, M. 2001. Should we be concerned about herbal remedies. J. Ethnopharmacol. 75:141-164.
Feldman, B. R., J. G. Zinkl, and N. C. Jain. 2006. Schalm's veterinary hematology. Blackwell Publishing Professional, Ames, IA, USA.
Goto, T., Y. Yoshida, M. Kiso, and H. Nagashima. 1996. Simultaneous analysis of individual catechins and caffeine in green tea. J. Chromatogr. A 749:295-299.
Hadiya, K., S. Maini, D. S. Rekhe, and K. Ravikanth. 2009. Accelerated growth programme with polyherbal formulations for dairy calves. Vet. World 2:62-64.
Hart, K. J., D. R. Yáñez-Ruiz, S. M. Duval, N. R. McEwan, and C. J. Newbold. 2008. Plant extracts to manipulate rumen fermentation. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 147:8-35.
Hristov, A. N., T. A. McAllister, F. H. Van Herk, K. J. Cheng, C. J. Newbold, and P. R. Cheeke. 1999. Effect of yucca schidigera on ruminal fermentation and nutrient digestion in heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 77:2554-2563.
Kim, S. U., J. Y. Jung, S. G. Park, and S. S. Jo. 2008. Effects of feeding medicinal herbs on growth performance and carcass quality in finishing pigs. Korean J. Vet. Serv. 31:555-566.
Lauridsen, C., K. Jakobsen, and T. K. Hansen. 1995. The influence of dietary ethoxyquin on the vitamin E status in broilers. Arch. Tierernahr. 47:245-254.
Lauridsen, C., K. Jakobsen, and J. F. Jensen. 1994. Comparative studies on the effect of butylhydroxytoluene and ethoxyquin on the antioxidative and oxidative balance in broilers. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr. 72:26-37.
Lee, S. J., N. H. Shin, J. J. An, G. M. Chu, Y. H. Moon, and S. S. Lee. 2006. Effects of replacing rice straw with by-products of medical herbs on the in vitro fermentation characteristics. J. Agric. Life Sci. 45:69-79.
Lo Fiego, D. P., P. Santoro, P. Macchioni, D. Mazzoni, F. Piattoni, F. Tassone, and E. De Leonibus. 2004. The effect of dietary supplementation of vitamins C and E on the $\alpha$
-tocopherol content of muscles, liver and kidney, on the stability of lipids, and on certain meat quality parameters of the longissimus dorsi of rabbits. Meat Sci. 67:319-327.
LSA, Leukemia Society of America. 1994. Blood functions and compositions. Neutropenia Support Association Inc. New York, NY, USA.
Mills, S. E. and B. F. Jenny. 1979. Effects of high concentrate feeding and fasting on plasma glucocorticoids in dairy heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 48:961-965.
Ndlovu, T., M. Chimonyo, A. I. Okoh, V. Muchenje, K. Dzama, S. Dube, and J. G. Raats. 2009. A comparison of nutritionallyrelated blood metabolites among nguni, bonsmara and angus steers raised on sweetveld. Vet. J. 179:273-281.
Park, J. H. and Y. H. Song. 1997. Nutritive values of Korean medical herb residue as dietary supplements for broiler chicks. Korean J. Anim. Nutr. Feed. 21:59-64.
Park, S. J. and S. O. Yoo. 1999. Effects of supplemention of Chinese medicine refuse on performance and physiology in broiler chicks. Korean J. Poult. Sci. 26:195-201.
Rivera, J. D., S. E. Bachman, M. E. Hubbert, M. E. Branine, R. L. Horst, S. N. Williams, and M. L. Galyean. 2005. Short communication: serum and tissue concentrations of vitamin D metabolites in beef heifers after buccal dosing of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3. J. Dairy Sci. 88:1364-1369.
Tesoriere, L., D. D'Arpa, D. Butera, A. M. Pintaudi, M. Allegra, and M. A. Livrea. 2002. Exposure to malondialdehyde induces an early redox unbalance preceding membrane toxicity in human erythrocytes. Free Radic. Res. 36:89-97.
Van Hoeck, V., R. G. Sturmey, P. Bermejo-Alvarez, D. Rizos, A. Gutierrez-Adan, H. J. Leese, P. E. J. Bols, and J. L. M. R. Leroy. 2011. Elevated non-esterified fatty acid concentrations during bovine oocyte maturation compromise early embryo physiology. Plos One 6:e23183.
Vandergrift, B. 1998. Equine applications for herbal products. In: Biotechnology in the feed industry: proceedings of alltech's fourteenth annual symposium (Eds. T. P. Lyons and K. A. Jacques). Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, UK. pp. 293-300.
Veenhuizen, J. J., J. K. Drackley, M. J. Richard, T. P. Sanderson, L. D. Miller, and J. W. Young. 1991. Metabolic changes in blood and liver during development and early treatment of experimental fatty liver and ketosis in cows. J. Dairy Sci. 74:4238-4253.
Waylan, A. T., P. R. O'Quinn, J. A. Unruh, J. L. Nelssen, R. D. Goodband, J. C. Woodworth, M. D. Tokach, and S. I. Koo. 2002. Effects of modified tall oil and vitamin E on growth performance, carcass characteristics, and meat quality of growing-finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 80:1575-1585.
Zhong, R. Z., C. Y. Tan, X. F. Han, S. X. Tang, Z. L. Tan, and B. Zeng. 2009. Effect of dietary tea catechins supplementation in goats on the quality of meat kept under refrigeration. Small Rumin. Res. 87:122-125.