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Digestibility of untreated and chemically treated straw by horses



Digestibility of untreated and chemically treated straw by horses



Beretning fra Statens Husdyrbrugsforsog (594): 21



Adult geldings were given untreated, NaOH-treated or NH3-treated straw of barley, wheat or oats. Diets were given at 1.6 kg/100 kg bodyweight and comprised straw at 20-80% and a concentrate of rolled oats and a protein supplement. Chromic oxide was used as a faecal marker and faeces were collected for 5 days after a 9-day preparation period. Average digestibility of DM in the straws was 43, of organic matter 43, of crude fibre 47, of nitrogen-free extract 40 and of gross energy 40%.

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