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Nutritive value for ruminants of sugar cane bagasse ensiled after spray treatment with different levels of NaOH






Animal Feed Science and Technology 9(1): 1-17

Nutritive value for ruminants of sugar cane bagasse ensiled after spray treatment with different levels of NaOH

Sugarcane bagasse previously dried to a water content below 25% was sprayed with equal quantities of sodium hydroxide solutions to supply 0, 20, 40 or 60 g alkali/kg dried product and ensiled for 90 days.

Accession: 001228543

DOI: 10.1016/0377-8401(83)90074-3

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