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Cottonseed cake vs urea molasses complex feeding part 1 effect on the digestibility of nutrients and the efficiency of nitrogen utilization in the lactating sahiwal cows bos indicus



Cottonseed cake vs urea molasses complex feeding part 1 effect on the digestibility of nutrients and the efficiency of nitrogen utilization in the lactating sahiwal cows bos indicus



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 49(3): 165-169



In a randomized design the effects of feeding urea-molasses-based concentrate rations on the utilization of various nutrients and on the efficiency of N utilization by the lactating Sahiwal cows were described. About 80% of the total DCP [digestible crude protein] requirement was met through the concentrate mixture and the balance by feeding 10-15 kg of green maize and ad lib wheat straw. Except for ether extract, the digestibilities of all other nutrients including DM [ [dry matter] were apparently higher for the molasses-bound urea-fed group of cows. The intake and outgo of N/unit body weight were significantly higher (P < 0.05) in the cake-fed group than in the urea-fed groups. The excretion of N through urine was similar in all the groups, but significantly more (P < 0.05) through feces and secretion of milk in the cake-fed group. DCP intake was similar but TDN [total digestible nutrient] intake was significantly higher (P < 0.05) in the group fed cottonseed-cake. The molasses-bound urea-containing concentrate mixture did not show any appreciable improvement over that containing free urea.

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