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Effect of grinding maize grain on the chemical characteristics of the contents of different parts of the digestive tract of Lamon lambs given mixed or concentrate diets



Effect of grinding maize grain on the chemical characteristics of the contents of different parts of the digestive tract of Lamon lambs given mixed or concentrate diets



Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 15(3): 243-257



Chemical composition and pH of contents in different parts of the gastrointestinal tract were estimated in 26 male Lamon lambs fattened for 9 to 13 weeks on a diet of grass hay, protein, vitamin and mineral supplement and whole or groung maize grain (experiment 1) or the same diets without or with the grass hay (experiment 2).

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