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The energy requirements of the Chios sheep. 1. Requirements for maintenance and late pregnancy



The energy requirements of the Chios sheep. 1. Requirements for maintenance and late pregnancy



Technical Bulletin, Agricultural Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Cyprus (40): 12



1. Two feeding trials with 60 dry non-pregnant Chios ewes, and one digestibility trial were to estimate the energy requirements for maintenance. The pooled simple linear regression of the weight changes (kg/day) on the metabolizable energy (ME) intake (KJ/kg0.73) was Y = -0.1994 + 0.0005X. The daily requirements for maintenance were estimated at 401 KJ of ME or 25.8 g of digestible organic matter per kg W0.73.

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