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Studies on feeding urea molasses whey enriched wheat straw to adult ruminants



Studies on feeding urea molasses whey enriched wheat straw to adult ruminants



Indian Veterinary Journal 67(5): 441-444



A comparison was made in the feeding value of 60 days ensiled wheat straw impregnated with urea (3%), molasses (10%), whey (6%) and mineral mixture (2%) with that of instantly prepared mixture mentioned above using four rumen fistulated male buffaloes. After feeding these two preparations ad lib. along with equal quantities of concentrate mixtures to each animal for 21 days, it was found that rumen fluid pH of silage fed animals was more (6.93) at 0 hr and it did not change thereafter. Total-N, NH3-N and VFA's concentrations were higher in silage fed animals as compared to instantly prepared mixture fed animals. Thus, it indicated that ensiling may improve the nutritive value of urea-molasses, whey impregnated wheat straw in buffaloes.

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