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Replacement value of copra cake (Cocos nucifera) in diets containing increasing levels of dried brewer's grains on voluntary dry matter intake and nutrient utilization of goats on a basal diet of guinea grass (Panicum maximum)


Replacement value of copra cake (Cocos nucifera) in diets containing increasing levels of dried brewer's grains on voluntary dry matter intake and nutrient utilization of goats on a basal diet of guinea grass (Panicum maximum)



Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica 37(4): 151-156



Four (4) growing Anglo-Nubian x Fiji local goats (18 months old, mean pre-trial live body weight of 14.4+or-1.2 kg) were used in a randomized 4x4 Latin square design to investigate the effects of replacement of copra cake with increasing levels of dried brewers' grains (DBG) on voluntary dry matter intake, body weight change, feed efficiency and nutrient utilization.

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