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Combined effects of caproic acid and protein concentration on the utilization of milk replacers by preruminant lambs. 2. Growth and body composition of the lambs



Combined effects of caproic acid and protein concentration on the utilization of milk replacers by preruminant lambs. 2. Growth and body composition of the lambs



Annales de Zootechnie 33(2): 201-218



From usually 4 to 21 days old, in 4 trials, 56 male Limousin lambs and 16 Ile-de-France had milk replacer containing tallow and coconut oil (TC), alone or with tricaproin (TCT) at 4.5 or 11.4% of DM, and 24 (M) or 30% (H) crude protein in DM. Mean daily weight gain for Limousin ranged from 206 g with TC-M diet to 263 g with TCT-H. Gain was also increased with TCT replacer in Ile-de-France lambs by 14%.

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