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Effects of carbohydrate and nitrogen source on the utilization of sugar-cane diets

Effects of carbohydrate and nitrogen source on the utilization of sugar-cane diets

Nuclear and related techniques in animal production and health Proceedings of a symposium, Vienna, 17-21 March 1986, jointly organized by IAEA and FAO: 501-510

A 133-day feedlot trial and a digestibility and nitrogen balance experiment were conducted to compare sugarcane-based diets supplemented with either molasses/cottonseed meal (MCS), molasses/urea (MU) or maize meal/urea (CoU). Sugarcane comprised 70% of the dietary DM, while urea supplied 50% of the nitrogen in the diets containing urea. The diets contained 10.4, 10.6 and 11.2% crude protein (CP) on a DM basis for MCS, MU and CoU, respectively.

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