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Estimation of the nutritive value of brewers' residues, coffee hulls and cassava meal in digestibility trials with sheep in vivo


Revista do Setor de Ciencias Agrarias 11(1/2): 135-143
Estimation of the nutritive value of brewers' residues, coffee hulls and cassava meal in digestibility trials with sheep in vivo
Chemical composition of dry brewers' residues, coffee hulls and cassava meal was: DM 86.42, 87.72 and 85.15, crude fibre 8.98, 46.38 and 12.21, ether extract 3.88, 2.17 and 0.62, crude protein 21.42, 6.26 and 1.40 and nitrogen-free extract 53.21, 29.35 and 69.45%.


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