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Effect of feeding acid treated deoiled rice bran on growth and meat quality of male Zebu calves and male buffalo calves


, : Effect of feeding acid treated deoiled rice bran on growth and meat quality of male Zebu calves and male buffalo calves. Livestock Adviser 18(1): 20-27

Male Zebu and buffalo calves were fed on a feed mixture containing 15% groundnut cake, 20% maize, 20% wheat bran, 20% deoiled rice bran, 12% molasses, 2 % salt and 1% mineral mixture. The deoiled rice bran was given as such (control group) or after treatment with acid (test group). Average daily body weight gain for the control and test groups was 426 and 434 g, for both Zebu and buffalo calves; 430 and 437 g for Zebu; and 423 and 432 g for buffalo calves.

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