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Factors influencing the utilization of high-grain urea diets by ruminants. 1. Effect of minerals, vitamins, lysine, methionine, feed additives and corn oil



Factors influencing the utilization of high-grain urea diets by ruminants. 1. Effect of minerals, vitamins, lysine, methionine, feed additives and corn oil



Bulletin of National Institute of Animal Industry Summaries (29): 2



1. Growing goats were given a diet containing maize starch or ground maize 80 to 90% without or with supplements of minerals and vitamins, lysine and methionine. The supplements were added to a concentrate with urea, which made up 1.6 to 1.8% of the ground maize diet and 4.6 to 5.0% of the starch diet.

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