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The utilization of protein extraction residues from berseem and water hyacinth for fattening buffalo calves

, : The utilization of protein extraction residues from berseem and water hyacinth for fattening buffalo calves. Buffalo Bulletin 11(2): 40-43

Protein was extracted from berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum) and water hyacinth to produce berseem fibrous residues (BFR) and water hyacinth fibrous residues (WHFR), respectively. In digestibility trials 3 rams, 45 kg, were fed on diets containing rice straw, BFR or WHFR supplemented with standard concentrate for 2 weeks followed by 7 days' collection. Diets contained 14.5, 14.9 and 16.9% crude protein, respectively. For 90 days 24 growing male buffaloes, 260-265 kg, were fed on the same diets.

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