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Nutritive evaluation of ber leaves hay vs. berseem hay in goats



Nutritive evaluation of ber leaves hay vs. berseem hay in goats



Forage Research 29(3): 129-130



This study was conducted to determine the nutritive value of ber leaf hay and to compare it to berseem hay. A total of 12 Beetal goats were divided into two groups and given either berseem hay or ber leaf hay ad libitum for a period of 30 days. A 5-day metabolism trial was carried out after the feeding trial. Ber leaf hay contained 10.8, 4.6, 10.8 and 52.7% crude protein (CP), ether extract (EE), ash and nitrogen free extract (NFE), respectively.

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