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Estimation of effective degradability of some protein supplements in the rumen of buffaloes


, : Estimation of effective degradability of some protein supplements in the rumen of buffaloes. World Review of Animal Production 27(2): 9-14,6

The degradabilities of DM and CP were determined by the nylon bag technique in three fistulated buffalo calves after 4 weeks feeding with a diet containing 72.8% ammoniated wheat straw, 15% molasses, 10% wheat bran (WB), 1.2% mineral and vitamin mix and 1% of the test protein supplement (fish meal, FM; meat meal, MM; groundnut meal, GNM; or cottonseed meal, CSM). The contents of rumen degradable protein (RDP), undegradable protein (UDP) and available UDP were calculated.

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