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Digestion in the rumen of sheep given diets with various carbohydrate sources



Digestion in the rumen of sheep given diets with various carbohydrate sources



Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Fiziologii, Biokhimii i Pitaniya Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Zhivotnykh (4/72): 28-32



Sheep were given a basal diet alone or that diet supplemented with beet pulp or hydrolysed sugar In rumen contents concentration of volatile fatty acids (VFA) increased 2 h after feeding on the supplemented diets, compared to 3 h with the basal diet.

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