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Efficiency of metabolizable energy utilization for maintenance, weight gain, metabolizable energy and total digestible nutrients requirements of Nelore bulls



Efficiency of metabolizable energy utilization for maintenance, weight gain, metabolizable energy and total digestible nutrients requirements of Nelore bulls



Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia 31(1 Suppl.): 514-521



Forty Nelore bulls with average initial liveweight (LW) of 240 kg were included in this study. Four reference bulls and four bulls fed for maintenance were used and the rest were assigned to 8 treatments with four different concentrate levels in the diets (20, 40, 60 and 80%) and two levels of crude protein (CP) (15 and 18%).

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