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


, : Chemical composition and digestible energy of some feedstuffs determined with pigs in Malaysia. Tropical Animal Production 7(4): 315-321

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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