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Vine shoots in cattle feeding. 1. Chemical composition and results of preliminary digestibility trials


, : Vine shoots in cattle feeding. 1. Chemical composition and results of preliminary digestibility trials. Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 5(1): 21-27

1. Samples of vine shoots, fresh or stored outside for up to 8 months, had moisture 42.86 to 57.15, crude protein 4.52 to 6.27, ether extract 1.01 to 2.44, tannin 0.41 to 0.75 and ash 2.60 to 3.56%. Values were not affected by time of storage. Crude fibre increased from about 38-39% for the first 3 months to 42-45% for the remaining period. Lignin increased gradually from about 10% to 20% or more during the last 3 months.

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