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Effect of fiber content on digestible energy content of oats

Equine Practice 14(4): 5-7

Effect of fiber content on digestible energy content of oats

Nutritive value of oats for horses is discussed and compared with that of other cereals. Emphasis is given to the effect of fibre content on digestible energy content.

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