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Chemical composition and digestible energy of some feedstuffs determined with pigs in Malaysia






Tropical Animal Production 7(4): 315-321

Chemical composition and digestible energy of some feedstuffs determined with pigs in Malaysia

The gross energy and proximate composition of 18 feed ingredients were estimated. For growing pigs, the digestibility of dry matter (DM) ranged from 38.7% for palm oil sludge to 93.3% for brewer's dried yeast. Digestible energy on a DM basis ranged from 8.86 MJ/kg for palm oil to 17.10 MJ/kg for soya bean meal. Digestibilities of crude protein on a DM basis ranged from 49.2% for cocoa husk to 89.9% for fish meal.

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