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Growth performance of FH male calves fed milk replacer made of local ingredients for veal production



Growth performance of FH male calves fed milk replacer made of local ingredients for veal production



Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner 2(2): 77-83



Fifteen male Friesian-Holstein calves, 5-6 weeks old, 46 kg liveweight, were offered a commercial milk substitute (SPK), local milk substitute (SPL-1) or a mixture of SPK and SPL-1 (SPKL) for 8 weeks. Amount of DM offered was 3% of body weight and given twice daily (in the morning and late afternoon). Elephant grass 0.5 kg was offered at noon. Daily feed intake was 1981, 1613 and 1050 g while average daily gains were 897, 496 and 73 g, for SPK, SPKL and SPL-1 treatments, respectively.

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