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Effect of different ratios of dietary metabolizable glucose (MG) to metabolizable protein (MP) on glucose nutrition in growing-finishing sheep

Effect of different ratios of dietary metabolizable glucose (MG) to metabolizable protein (MP) on glucose nutrition in growing-finishing sheep

Acta Zoonutrimenta Sinica 13(1): 43-48

In a 1 x 3 randomized block design 9 castrated sheep aged 20 months and 31+or-3.17 kg body weight were selected and fitted with a permanent cannula in the rumen, the proximal duodenum and the ileum and were used to investigate the effect of different ratios between dietary MG and MP on glucose nutrition. The dietary levels of MP in the three diets were 61.54, 69.68, and 52.13 g/d, respectively.

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