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Efficacy of exogenous cellulase on digestibility in lambs and growth of dairy calves



Efficacy of exogenous cellulase on digestibility in lambs and growth of dairy calves



Livestock Production Science 87(2/3): 207-214



Two experiments were carried out to investigate the efficacy of direct feeding a fibrolytic enzyme on lamb digestibility and on the performance of growing milk-type calves. In the first experiment, 10 lambs were divided into two groups, cellulase treated and a control, and placed in metabolic crates for two periods of 12 days each in a switchover design. For the feeding trial, 16 male and 15 female Friesian calves were utilized in a repeated measure complete randomized design.

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Accession: 004140046

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DOI: 10.1016/j.livprodsci.2003.07.012


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