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Digestibility of sugar cane bagasse after a NaOH treatment in growing rabbit diets



Digestibility of sugar cane bagasse after a NaOH treatment in growing rabbit diets



Ciencia E Agrotecnologia: 2, 573-577



NaOH treated sugarcane bagasse (BT) (2, 4 and 6%) and untreated cane bagasse (BN) were evaluated as rabbit feed ingredients. The digestion coefficients (CD) were determined in a completely randomized design, with five treatments (basic diet) and 40% bagasse diets (0, 2, 4 and 6% NaOH) and four replications.

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