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Effects of energy source on ruminal disappearance of organic matter and nitrogen from nylon bag in buffaloes and cattle



Effects of energy source on ruminal disappearance of organic matter and nitrogen from nylon bag in buffaloes and cattle



Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 2(4): 181-182



Ground mixtures of lucerne hay with wheat straw (540:442) or molasses (830:166) or with barley grain (673:323) were incubated for 48 h in nylon bags in the rumens of Murrah buffaloes or crossbred steers given the same rations as in the bags. The substrates were made isonitrogenous by adding urea. The apparent disappearance of DM from the bags was 51.9, 64.8 and 72.6%, respectively, for buffalo and 50.2, 63.1 and 70.4% for cattle, with barley being most degradable.

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