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Effect of fermentation time in the artificial rumen on the relationship of in vitro digestibility to digestibility and intake of hay by sheep



Effect of fermentation time in the artificial rumen on the relationship of in vitro digestibility to digestibility and intake of hay by sheep



Canad. J. Animal Sci 48: 361-372



The digestibility and intake of several kinds of hay cut at several stages of growth were estimated with sheep. Digestibility in vitro was estimated by a 2-stage procedure. Because the digestibility of dry matter in vitro was unduly affected by a high solubility of ash, digestibility of organic matter was preferred. Digestibility in vitro was estimated after fermentation for 6, 12, 24, 48 or 96 h.

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