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Sugar cane forage based diets for beef production






Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 24(1): 15-30

Sugar cane forage based diets for beef production



Accession: 001959865



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Martin, J.L.; Preston, T.R.; Willis, M.B., 1968: By-products of sugar cane and intensive beef production. 6. Napier and maize as sources of forage at 2 levels in diets based on molasses and urea. For parts 4 and 5 see Abst. 3781, Vol. 39. 6. Holstein bullocks 18 months old and weighing 200 kg, in 4 groups of 24, were given forage either to appetite or in restricted amount. The forage was maize or Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum). All bu...

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Dixon, F.M., 1978: Sugar cane for beef production: derinded sugar cane and chopped cane compared with hay and citrus pulp. Yearling Indian Zebu, Jamaica Red and Jamaica Black bulls got for 140 days a diet in which sugar cane with rind removed provided 80% and a supplement of protein, minerals and vitamins 20% of DM. Urea was 40% of the crude protein. For the other 3 o...

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Ehara, H.; Tsuchiya, M.; Takamura, T., 1994: Growth and dry matter production of sugar cane in warm temperate zone of Japan. 3. Type of sugar cane suitable for forage production. A field trial was conducted to analyse the growth characteristics and dry matter production of sugarcane cv. Ni1, NiN2, NiF3, NiF4 and NiF5 in the Setouchi area of SW Japan.

Mena, A.; Reyes, M.; Hovell, F.D.D.; Rowe, J.B., 1979: Digestion of diets based on derinded sugar cane and molasses containing different levels of sweet potato forage. In feeding trials in which crossbred bulls with permanent rumen and duodenal cannulae were given derinded sugar cane or molasses ad lib. and sweet potato forage at 3, 6 or 9% of liveweight, it appeared that sweet potato forage was extensively degr...

Fernandez, A.; Gill, M.; Done, F.; Preston, T.R., 1980: Studies on the rumen fermentation pattern in cattle receiving diets based on chopped whole sugar cane or sugar cane juice. Rumen fermentation was studied in 16 bulls, 6 given a diet based on sugar cane juice, 6 chopped whole sugar cane and 4 liquid molasses. Rumen pH was lower and the concentration of volatile fatty acids (VFA) higher on cane juice than on whole sugar...

Elias, A.; Preston, T.R.; Willis, M.B.; Sutherland, T.M., 1968: By-products of sugar cane and intensive beef production. 4. Fattening bulls with molasses and urea in place of grain in diets with little fibre. For parts 1 to 3 see Abst. 5859, Vol. 38. 4. Two groups were of 22 and 20 zebu bulls, average initial weights 236 and 252 kg and about 18 months old. They were fed in open-sided houses on 1.5 kg green maize per 100 kg liveweight with free access t...

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