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Effect of diet on the partitioning of amino acids between body components of growing beef cattle fed at similar level of metabolisable energy intake


Effect of diet on the partitioning of amino acids between body components of growing beef cattle fed at similar level of metabolisable energy intake



Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism International Symposium, Rostock Warnemunde, Germany, 13-18 September 2003: 769-772



Eighteen Hereford x Friesian steers were reared from approximately 155 to 250, 350 and 500 kg live weight on either grass silage alone or a mixture of grass silage and concentrate (60:40 on metabolisable energy basis) in a comparative slaughter experiment designed to determine the amounts of individual amino acids (AA) accreted in different body components during growth.

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