1. Manuscript Preparation:
  • Manuscripts should be prepared in English and submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
  • Use a clear and concise writing style, and ensure proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Follow the journal's formatting guidelines, including font size, margins, and spacing.
  1. Title and Abstract:
  • Provide a clear and informative title that accurately reflects the content of the manuscript.
  • Include an abstract of no more than 250 words that summarizes the objectives, methods, main findings, and conclusions of the study.
  1. Introduction:
  • Clearly state the research problem, objectives, and the significance of the study.
  • Provide a brief review of relevant literature and establish the context for the research.
  1. Materials and Methods:
  • Describe the study design, experimental setup, and data collection procedures in sufficient detail to enable reproducibility.
  • Provide references for established methods and describe any modifications or novel approaches used.
  1. Results and Discussion:
  •  Combine the presentation of results and their discussion into one section.
  •  Present the results in a logical and concise manner using clear tables, figures, and graphs when appropriate.
  • Analyze and interpret the results, relating them to the objectives of the study.
  • Discuss the implications, limitations, and significance of the findings.
  • Compare and contrast the results with previous studies in the field.
  • Provide logical explanations and insights based on the results obtained.

       6. Conclusion:

  • Summarize the key findings and their implications.
  • Clearly state the conclusions drawn from the study.

       7. References:

  • Use a consistent citation IEEE style  and provide complete and accurate references for all cited sources.
  • Ensure that all references are cited in the text and vice versa.

       8. Ethical Considerations:

  • Provide information on ethical approval obtained for studies involving human or animal subjects.
  • Indicate any potential conflicts of interest that may influence the research or interpretation of results.
  1. Supplementary Materials:
  • Authors may include supplementary materials such as datasets, additional figures, or videos to support their findings. These materials will be made available online as supplementary content.
  1. Submission Process:
  • Manuscripts should be submitted through the journal's online submission system.
  • Follow the instructions provided on the journal's website for manuscript submission.
  1. Peer Review Process:
  • All submissions undergo a rigorous peer review process to ensure scientific rigor and quality.
  • Authors should be prepared to address reviewer comments and make necessary revisions to improve the manuscript.

By following these author guidelines, authors can ensure that their manuscripts align with the journal's requirements and increase the chances of successful publication in the Journal of Sustainable Livestock.