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Effect of roasting on site and extent of digestion of soybean meal by sheep: II. Digestion of artifacts of heating



Effect of roasting on site and extent of digestion of soybean meal by sheep: II. Digestion of artifacts of heating



Journal of Animal Science 73(3): 835-842



Six mature wethers, body weight 72 kg, with rumen, duodenal and ileal cannulae were fed on a basal (no added soyabean meal (SBM)) diet or diets containing unheated SBM or SBM roasted at 165 degrees C for 75, 150, 180 or 210 min in a 6 x 6 Latin square experiment. Concentrations of indicators of heat exposure (NDF, ADF and acid detergent insoluble nitrogen (ADIN)) in SBM increased with increasing roasting time. Organic matter digestion was not affected by supplementation or roasting of SBM.

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