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Bloat in cattle. 13. The effect of orally administered penicillin on the fermentation and foaming properties of rumen contents



Bloat in cattle. 13. The effect of orally administered penicillin on the fermentation and foaming properties of rumen contents



N.Z. J. Agric. Res 2: 342-354



For parts 11 and 12 see Abst. 6817, Vol. 29. 13. Procaine penicillin 100, 000 to 500, 000 units given to a cow fed on red clover depressed the foaming properties of the rumen fluid, compared with the identical twin control. Protein breakdown was reduced, as was production of volatile fatty acids and ammonia, and reducing sugars and lactic acid increased.

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