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15N flow after in sacco incubation of wheat straw treated or untreated with horse urine in sheep and goats


, : 15N flow after in sacco incubation of wheat straw treated or untreated with horse urine in sheep and goats. Archives of Animal Nutrition 46(4): 367-384

Chopped wheat straw was ensiled with labelled horses' urine (nitrogen 5.75 g/litre) and stored for 6 months. Rumen-fistulated goats and sheep were given untreated and treated straw plus concentrates. Both straws were then incubated in sacco for 1, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48 and 72 h. A 3-compartmental exponential function was used to fit measurements of 15N excess and 15N content of bags.


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