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Effect of ensiling on the ruminal degradability and intestinal digestibility of the corn forage



Effect of ensiling on the ruminal degradability and intestinal digestibility of the corn forage



Progress in research on energy and protein metabolism International Symposium, Rostock Warnemunde, Germany, 13-18 September, 2003: 597-600



The effective degradability (ED) and the intestinal digestibility (ID) of dry matter (DM) and crude protein (CP) of a green corn crop (GC) and its silage (CS) were determined using in situ and particle transit techniques on three wethers cannulated in rumen and duodenum. Two rumen incubations with duplicates of bags at times of 0, 2, 4, 8, 16, 24, 48 and 72 h were performed for each feed, under conditions of continuous infusion in the rumen of a salt of 15N.

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