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Nutritive evaluation of whole cotton seed for sheep



Nutritive evaluation of whole cotton seed for sheep



Epitheorese Zootehnikes Epistemes 110(11): 25-38



In 3 experiments, the effects of including whole cottonseed (WCS) in sheep diets, on milk production, milk composition and rumen liquor characteristics were studied. In experiment 1, 28 Karagouniko ewes at weaning of young were fed on a complete diet containing 0 or 30% WCS in a switch-back design. WCS increased (P<=0.001) milk fat percent and reduced (P<=0.001) milk protein percent. Fatty acids C6:0 to C14:0 were reduced and C18:0, C19:0 and C18:3 were increased in milk of sheep fed on WCS.

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