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Effect of feeding urea-treated wheat straw on milk production and composition in Nili-Ravi buffaloes



Effect of feeding urea-treated wheat straw on milk production and composition in Nili-Ravi buffaloes



Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science 19(1&2): 109-118



For 84 days, 16 lactating Nili-Ravi buffaloes, 520 kg, were fed on diets containing green fodder, untreated or urea-treated wheat straw and concentrate 1 kg/2.5 kg milk produced. Average daily intake of wheat straw, green fodder and concentrate was 4.55+or-0.38, 33.12+or-1.12 and 2.81+or-0.12 kg in the treated straw group and 4.54+or-0.24, 32.51+or-0.97 and 2.80+or-0.11 kg in the untreated group.

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