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The digestion of barley-based diets by cattle: the effect of feeding of three diets containing different amounts of formaldehyde-treated soybean meal


, : The digestion of barley-based diets by cattle: the effect of feeding of three diets containing different amounts of formaldehyde-treated soybean meal. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 34(6): 809-823

Six growing cattle, with intestinal fistulae, were fed on barley-based diets to which were added increments of formaldehyde-treated soya bean oilmeal (SBO) substituted for whole-grain barley. The digestion of organic matter, (OM), alpha -linked glucose polymer (starch), nitrogen (N) and rumen volatile fatty acids (VFA) was estimated at a restricted level of intake. The cattle were offered air-dried feed at 3.4 kg daily, or about freely (4.2 kg air-dried feed per day).

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