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Influence of realimentation diet on recovery of rumen activity and feed intake in beef steers



Influence of realimentation diet on recovery of rumen activity and feed intake in beef steers



Journal of Animal Science 61(3): 692-701



Eighteen steers weighing on average 327 kg with a rumen fistula had 4.5 kg prairie hay daily for 2 weeks and then were deprived of feed for 24 h, fed for 24 h, deprived of feed for 48 h and then refed on: prairie hay; a diet with 10% protein (LCP); a diet with 12.5% protein (MCP); LCP plus a supplement of B vitamins (BV); LCP plus a culture of Lactobacillus acidophilus (LAC).

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