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Grapeseed meal for feeding ruminants. Preliminary results with cattle






Avances en Alimentacion y Mejora Animal. 12: 1, 7 18

Grapeseed meal for feeding ruminants. Preliminary results with cattle

Grapeseed meal extracted with hexane under vacuum had DM 90.35, crude protein 11.77, fat 1.22, crude fibre 38.83, ash 3.30, Ca 1.34 and P 0.27%. Amino acid composition is given. When the grapeseed meal was given to calves and dairy cows at up to 50% of the feed with 50% cereals no sign of toxicity was seen except for occasional darkening of faeces and urine. Mixtures with 30 to 50% grapeseed meal were not readily accepted at first, but later were eaten readily.


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