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


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