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Estimation of the digestibility of feedingstuffs with the help of plant pigments that are present in the feed. 2. Applications



Estimation of the digestibility of feedingstuffs with the help of plant pigments that are present in the feed. 2. Applications



Centraal Inst. Landbouwk. Onderzoek, Overdruk. (1954). 213-214, 160-166



Tests were made with cows stall-fed on hay, silage and dried grass, the silages made with molasses and with A.I.V. fluid, or stall-fed on fresh cut grass, or grazing, the pasture being sampled at the same time. In all the feedingstuffs and in faeces, dry matter (soil-free), crude protein, pigments and Cu were estimated. Digestibilities of crude protein by the chromogen method and calculated by the method of Dijkstra (Landbouw, 1951, 13, 23) agreed well.

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