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Relationships between physical and chemical characteristics and calculated metabolizable energy values in barley and oats with highly variable volume weights


Relationships between physical and chemical characteristics and calculated metabolizable energy values in barley and oats with highly variable volume weights



Journal of the Scientific Agricultural Society of Finland 50(3): 276-284



61 samples of barley with a vol. wt. of 38-75 kg/hl and 49 oat samples with a vol. wt. of 40-63 kg/hl were analysed for physical and chemical characteristics. The approximate metabolizable energy (ME) value was calculated from the composition. The physical characteristics varied more, but the starch content less, in barley than in oats. There was also a negative correlation between starch and CP, and ether extract level in barley, but not in oats.

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