Effect of replacing some plant protein by sources of non-protein nitrogen in intensive fattening of lambs

Florescu, S.; Paraschiv, S.; Rarinca, C.

Revista de Cresterea Animalelor 30(7): 20-25

1980


Accession: 000869822

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Abstract
From weaning at 45 days old, Spanca wether sheep were given a normal diet without or with 15 to 20% or 34 to 37% of plant protein replaced by urea. In a second experiment Corriedale wethers were given from 65 days old for 94 days a normal diet without or with 17 or 23% of plant protein replaced by maize stalks treated with ammonia. In both experiments mean daily gain, which was 188 to 205.5 g, did not differ significantly among groups.