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Energy balance and energy utilization of lactating cows with restricted protein supply and subsequent refeeding



Energy balance and energy utilization of lactating cows with restricted protein supply and subsequent refeeding



Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 50(4/5): 216-224



During 4 weeks 4 cows (control) had 14.5% crude protein in total ration DM and, by interchange of cassava meal and soya bean oilmeal, their monozygotic twins had 12.0%. Faeces, urine and milk were collected during 8 days, also at both stages of the subsequent 6-week refeeding period. During period 1 the depleted cows excreted 7.3% more energy in faeces, but 20% less in urine, and produced 8.4% less methane than the controls. The depleted and controls metabolized 55.6 and 57.5% of total energy.

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