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Effect of different sources of non protein nitrogen on production performances of feeder lambs



Effect of different sources of non protein nitrogen on production performances of feeder lambs



Savremena Poljoprivreda 33(9-10): 419-428



An experiment was conducted at the sheep farm 7th July of AIC Halas Jozef in Ada. The experiment included three groups of lambs (F1) Wurttemberg (m) .times. Cigaya (f), 15 head in each group. The animals were fed experimental rations and examined for daily and total gain, feed conversion, dry matter conversion, pH value, content of lower fatty acids, ammonium nitrogen concentration in rumen fluid, and the technological properties of meat. Data are given on the performances of the feeder lambs (feed conversion dry matter use per day and per one kilogram of gain, daily and total gain), the results of the chemical analysis of rumen fluid and the corresponding pH values, and the quality after slaughter, technological and organoleptic properties of meat, and biochemical and chemical properties of M. longissimus dorsi (MLD).

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