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Experiments with bacteriologically and chemically acidified milk replacers

Experiments with bacteriologically and chemically acidified milk replacers

Melding, Institutt for Husdyrernaering, Norges Landbrukshogskole (218): 66

During 1978 to 1983 growth trials were made with 261 calves, 245 lambs and 51 young goats fed on milk replacers. Diets had 60% skim milk powder or 60% bacteriologically-acidified skim milk powder or 30% skim milk powder plus 30% buttermilk powder without or with soya lecithin 0.8% w/w. DM digestibility was 94.7, 93.7, 92.4 and 94.6% and nitrogen balance was 9.8, 10.1, 9.2 and 10.1 g daily. Weight gains of calves were 604, 563, 492 and 587 g daily.

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