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Estimation of digestion of nitrogen in feed in different parts of the digestive tract of sheep by the nylon bay method



Estimation of digestion of nitrogen in feed in different parts of the digestive tract of sheep by the nylon bay method



Reproduction, Nutrition, Developpement 28(Suppl. 1): 125-126



The nylon bag method was successfully used to estimate nitrogen digestion for rapeseed oilmeal, soyabean oilmeal, maize, dried lucerne and hay.

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