Czech Journal of Animal Science (CJAS)

ISSN 1212-1819 (Print)
ISSN 1805-9309 (On-line)

  • An international peer-reviewed journal published by the Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences and financed by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic.
  • Published since 1955 (by 1997 under the title Živočišná výroba)
  • The journal is administered by an international Editorial Board
  • Editor-in-Chief: prof. Ing. Eva Tůmová, CSc.
  • Co-editors: prof. MVDr. Ing. František Jílek, DrSc., prof. Ing. Linhart Otomar, DrSc., prof. Ing. Milan Marounek, DrSc., prof. Jana Pickova, prof. Ing. Antonín Stratil, DrSc., Ing. Ludmila Zavadilová
  • Executive Editor: Ing. Kateřina Kheilová, Ing. Gabriela Vladyková
  • The journal is published monthly


Thematic scope

Original scientific papers and invited critical reviews covering all areas of genetics and breeding, physiology, reproduction, nutrition and feeds, technology, ethology and economics of cattle, pig, sheep, goat, poultry, fish and other farm animal management. Papers are published in English.


Current issue

Original Paper

Effect of glutamine and/or probiotic (Enterococcus faecium) feed supplementation on piglet performance, intestines structure, and antibacterial activity

Hanczakowska E., Świątkiewicz M., Natonek-Wiśniewska M., Okoń K.
Czech J. Anim. Sci., 62 (2017): 313-322abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Effect of the source and level of carotenoids in diets on their retention in eggs

Skřivanová V., Englmaierová M., Bendová M., Skřivan M.
Czech J. Anim. Sci., 62 (2017): 323-330abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Effects of dietary conjugated linoleic acid on lipid peroxidation in breast and thigh muscles of broiler chickens

Liu Y., Tang G., Yang J., Li W.
Czech J. Anim. Sci., 62 (2017): 331-338abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Amino acid levels in muscle tissue of eight meat cattle breeds

Vopálenský J., Suchý P., Straková E., Šimek F., Macháček M., Herzig I.
Czech J. Anim. Sci., 62 (2017): 339-346abstractdownload PDF
Original Paper

Growth, carcass, and physiological traits of growing male China Micro-ducks fed various levels of dietary crude fibre

Wang S.P., Wang W.J., Yang D.S., Zhao X.L., Luo D.M., Guo Y.B.
Czech J. Anim. Sci., 62 (2017): 347-356abstractdownload PDF

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