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Nutritive value of dhutesaro setaria palmifolia koenig stapf. for goats

, : Nutritive value of dhutesaro setaria palmifolia koenig stapf. for goats. Indian Journal of Animal Research 22(1): 47-48

The nutritive value of Dhutesaro grass (Setaria palmifolia Koenig, Stapf.) was determined in a metabolism trial in goats. The grass contained 47.63% TDN, 8.16% DCP and 28.05% SE, with a nutritive ratio of 1:4.84 and the intakes of the grass in terms of DM, TDN and minerals were inadequate to meet the maintenance requirements of goats.

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