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Effect of exogenous enzymes on the growth performance and digestibility of growing buffalo calves



Effect of exogenous enzymes on the growth performance and digestibility of growing buffalo calves



International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 8(3): 354-359



This study was carried out to investigate the effect of an enzymatic mixture with cellulase, xylanase, alpha-amylase and polygalacturonase activities on the performance of buffalo male calves. Sixteen buffalo male calves were distributed randomly on four treatments with four animals each. The feeding trial lasted for 180 days. Four metabolism trials were carried out at the end of the experimental period. The four experimental rations were as follows.

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