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Grapeseed meal for feeding ruminants. Preliminary results with cattle

, : Grapeseed meal for feeding ruminants. Preliminary results with cattle. Avances en Alimentacion y Mejora Animal. 12: 1, 7 18

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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