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Effect of concentration and period of ammonia treatment on the chemical composition and nutritive values of sugar-cane begasse


Effect of concentration and period of ammonia treatment on the chemical composition and nutritive values of sugar-cane begasse



Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 19(12): 381-388



ISSN/ISBN: 0022-3174

Samples of 100 g dry sugar cane bagasse in polythene bags were treated for 1 to 8 weeks with ammonia 1 to 5%, or not treated. Digestibility of dry matter was greater for treated than for untreated bagasse, and higher when estimated from samples suspended for 6 to 36 h in the rumen of cattle than when estimated in vitro. Crude protein increased, and nitrogen-free extract decreased, with time and with ammonia concentration.

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