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Digestion trials of feed with ruminant total digestible nutrients variation of concentrates in digestion trials with sheep



Digestion trials of feed with ruminant total digestible nutrients variation of concentrates in digestion trials with sheep



Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science 56(4): 281-287



Nutritive value of formula feeds, oil meals and by product feeds was investigated by digestion trials with sheep. Feed samples used in this experiment were as follows; 15 commercial formula feeds, soybean meal, cotton seed meal, linseed meal, wheat bran, corn gluten feed, barley distillers grain soluble and corn-barley distillers grain soluble. In case of oil meals and by product feeds, there were considerable differences in TDN contents among sheep given the same feed, caused by the variation in organic cell wall (OCW) digestibilities. Wheat bran showed a typical example, and mean digestibility .+-. SD of OCW was 47.1 .+-. 23.8%, resulting in a range of TDN of 70.9-92.4% for 4 sheep.

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