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On the feed value and the use of ccm silages for fattening pigs under special consideration of ccm silage from a maize mutant rich in lysine and a mixture of ccm and lucerne leaves 1. silage quality nitrogen balance and digestibility experiments


Archives of Animal Nutrition 37(7-8): 583-594
On the feed value and the use of ccm silages for fattening pigs under special consideration of ccm silage from a maize mutant rich in lysine and a mixture of ccm and lucerne leaves 1. silage quality nitrogen balance and digestibility experiments
N balance and digestibility experiments with a total of 18 fattening pigs were carried our for the ascertainment of important parameters of the feed value of CCM silage, CCM silage of a newly genotype rich in lysine as well as a mixed silage of CCM and lucerne leaves in addition to various chemical analytical studies. Due to its low content of protein and its relatively high content of easily soluble carbohydrates CCM is well silageable and produces silages of the best quality even with quotas of 10% lucerne leaves. There were significant differences between the tested silages as to their crude protein, crude fibre and raw ash content as well as to their content of essential amino acids. The CCM silage of the maize mutant rich in lysine was clearly superior to the two others with regard to their protein quality. The data of the digestibility of the organic matter and the energy content of all three silages optimally fulfilled the requirements of fattening pigs.


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