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Rumen organic matter degradability of feedstuffs and by-products with different fibre concentrations in buffaloes and cattle


, : Rumen organic matter degradability of feedstuffs and by-products with different fibre concentrations in buffaloes and cattle. Buffalo Journal 11(1): 15-37

Rumen organic matter (OM) degradability of Dactylis hay, lucerne hay, barley grain, vine shoots, wheat straw, olive prunings, sugarbeet pulp, olive cake, cellulose and milled wood was evaluated in vitro and in situ, using 3 lactating Mediterranean buffalo cows and 3 lactating Friesian cows given Dactylis hay and concentrate (3:1 DM basis). In vitro OM degradability was evaluated after incubation for 0, 24, 48 and 72 h.

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