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Feeding value of broussonetia kazinoki 2. yield chemical composition and feeding value of leaves and rhytidome for pigs



Feeding value of broussonetia kazinoki 2. yield chemical composition and feeding value of leaves and rhytidome for pigs



Korean Journal of Animal Science 22(5): 336-339



The yield, chemical composition and feeding value of the leaves and rhytidome of B. kazinoki (Sieb) were studied. The feeding value of the leaves fed liberally to growing-finishing pigs was determined under the restricted feeding in which the daily allowance of formula feed was 3% of body wt, compared with 4% in controls. Ten pigs of the same litter were divided equally into the control and experimental groups. The feeding trial was conducted for 2 mo. The annual yield of green leaves of B. kazinoki Sieb. grown on the college experimental farm averaged .apprx. 2000 kg/10 acre. The chemical composition of the leaves was determined on the dry matter basis as follows: crude protein, 11.4%; crude fat, 4.74%; crude fiber, 32.33%; crude ash, 13.43% and N free extracts, 37.16%. The chemical composition of the rhytidome was determined on the dry matter basis as follows: crude protein, 13.43%; crude fat, 5.94%, crude fiber, 33.19%; crude ash, 13.60% and N-free extracts, 27.26%. The body wt gain for 2 mo. averaged 33.8 and 36.2 kg in the control and experimental pigs, respectively. There was no significant (P < 0.05) difference in body wt gain between the 2 groups. The feed conversion was improved slightly in the experimental group (3.2) as compared with the control (3.8).

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