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Effect of feeding urea supplemented and urea treated oat straw on the nutrient utilization and cost of feeding in crossbred cattle


, : Effect of feeding urea supplemented and urea treated oat straw on the nutrient utilization and cost of feeding in crossbred cattle. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 46(3): 100-103

The effect of feeding urea-supplemented and urea-treated oat straw and a concentrate and oat straw diet on nutrient utilization in 9 male rumen fistulated Karan-Fries cattle (2.5-3 years old; 200-274 kg body weight), divided into 3 groups was examined. DM intake was similar in all groups. Digestibility coefficients of organic matter (OM) and fibrous constituents of the diet were higher in urea-treated oat straw fed cattle.


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