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Factors limiting the intake of feed by sheep. 7. The digestion of a medium quality roughage and the effect of post-ruminal infusion of casein on its consumption by young sheep



Factors limiting the intake of feed by sheep. 7. The digestion of a medium quality roughage and the effect of post-ruminal infusion of casein on its consumption by young sheep



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 24(3): 387-397



For part 6 see NAR 42, 1214.7. Intake and digestion were studied in sheep offered a medium quality roughage which had 33.4% acid detergent fibre and 10.3% crude protein in DM. The roughage had organic matter digestibility 57%. Organic matter apparently digested in the stomach was equal to 63% of that digested in the whole digestive tract, and 80% of the digestion of fibre was in the stomach.

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