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The use of a hydrolysis residue from lysine production in a straw-concentrate mixture for lambs


, : The use of a hydrolysis residue from lysine production in a straw-concentrate mixture for lambs. Archives of Animal Nutrition 44(2): 175-185

In a growth and a nitrogen balance trial with crossbred sheep (about 25 kg), suitability of residues from hydrolysis of soyabean meal for lysine production in ruminant supplements was studied. Diets consisted of a commercial compound finisher (control) or a mixture of 30% straw, 52% barley and 5% each of soyabean meal, dried beet pulp and soyabean hydrolysis residue (group 2). The mixture contained metabolizable energy 10.71 MJ/kg and crude protein (CP) 166 g/kg (DM basis).


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