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The estimation of feed protein degradability in the rumen using nylon bag, microbial labelling (S35) and plant labelling (N15) techniques



The estimation of feed protein degradability in the rumen using nylon bag, microbial labelling (S35) and plant labelling (N15) techniques



Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 15: 286-289



Three techniques for estimating rumen protein degradability were used together with in vivo apparent nitrogen digestibility estimates from sheep fed on dried chopped Pangola grass or Siratro.

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