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Digestion, absorption and utilization of single-cell protein by the preruminant calf. Abomasal outflow and its composition from calves given milk-substitute diets containing varying amounts of either bacterial or yeast protein



Digestion, absorption and utilization of single-cell protein by the preruminant calf. Abomasal outflow and its composition from calves given milk-substitute diets containing varying amounts of either bacterial or yeast protein



British Journal of Nutrition 53(3): 673-689



Two experiments of Latin square design, with 4 Friesian bull calves fitted with re-entrant duodenal cannulae at 4 to 10 days old, were performed to study the effect of giving varying levels of single-cell protein on the abomasal outflow and composition of digesta. In experiment 1, diets in which 0, 220, 440 and 660 g/kg milk protein were replaced by the bacterial protein Pruteen were compared from 14 days of age.

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