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Chemical composition, voluntary intake, in vivo digestibility and nutritive value of mountain oat hay in Benevento province



Chemical composition, voluntary intake, in vivo digestibility and nutritive value of mountain oat hay in Benevento province



Annali della Facolta di Scienze Agrarie della Universita degli Studi di Napoli, Portici 24: 53-62



Oat forage hay grown in the Fortore area, Benevento, Italy, and cut after the flowering stage, contained 4.8% crude protein, 41.1% crude fibre, 76.4% neutral detergent fibre, 48.2% acid detergent fibre, 7% lignin, 0.9% calcium and 0.06% phosphorus (DM basis). In 3-year-old Gentile di Puglia wethers fed at maintenance or ad libitum, DM intake was 45.8 and 56.0 g/kg0.75.

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