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Effect of extrusion on protein degradation in the rumen

, : Effect of extrusion on protein degradation in the rumen. Acta Agronomica Ovariensis 35(2): 147-154

Four duodenally fistulated bulls, body weight 420 kg, were fed on diets containing meadow hay 2.7 and concentrates 5.3 kg, which contained 65.7% maize and 0 or 31.8% extruded pea/rapeseed oilmeal mixture. 4 crossbred calves, 125-155 kg, were fed on diets containing meadow hay 1.4 and concentrates 2.4 kg, which contained 0 or 34% extruded pea/rapeseed oilmeal mixture.

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