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Comparative studies on the nutritive value of 2 varieties of peas (Pisum sativum ssp. sativum and Pisum sativum ssp. medulare) in cattle and pigs

Comparative studies on the nutritive value of 2 varieties of peas (Pisum sativum ssp. sativum and Pisum sativum ssp. medulare) in cattle and pigs

Agribiological Research 43(3): 225-233

For 14 days' adaptation and 10 days' collection, 20 Merinolandschaf wethers, 80-85 kg, were given cassava-barley straw diets with 19% soyabean meal, 39% round seeded peas (R08), 41% wrinkled peas (cv. Solara), 3.25% urea, or 52.4% cassava meal, 42.9% barley straw plus 5.25% urea. Wrinkled and round seeded peas contained 27% DM, 31% starch with 64.4% amylose (Solara) and 58% starch with 23.8% amylose (R08).

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