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


, : 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

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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