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Animal fat in low-roughage diets for ruminants: the effects of nitrogen source and an amino acid supplement


, : Animal fat in low-roughage diets for ruminants: the effects of nitrogen source and an amino acid supplement. Journal of Animal Science 38(1): 133-139

Eight diets of maize with 20% lucerne and brome grass hay for bullocks were made up factorially with soya bean meal or urea, with or without 5% animal fat and with or without 6 g methionine hydroxy analogue and 12 g L-lysine daily replacing an equal amount of soya or urea N. Diets had crude protein from 13.6 to 14.7% crude protein and gross energy 4.11 to 4.40 Mcal/kg, and ratio of gross energy to crude protein was 0.3 for all.

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