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Effect of various levels of energy on the digestibility of structural carbohydrates and milk yield in goats


Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 2(4): 178-180
Effect of various levels of energy on the digestibility of structural carbohydrates and milk yield in goats
For 40 days 18 lactating Beetal goats were given the calculated standard requirement of protein and 125, 100 and 75% of energy requirement and a metabolism trial was then conducted. Respective daily intakes were DM 110, 94 and 77 and total digestible nutrients 88.1, 74.2 and 61.4 g/kg0.75, values significantly different whereas intakes of digestible crude protein, 7.2-7.4, were similar.

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