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Longterm studies on the external and internal metabolism of pregnant and lactating goats. 1


, : Longterm studies on the external and internal metabolism of pregnant and lactating goats. 1. Ztschr. Tierphysiol. Tierernahrung Futtermittelk, 13: 355-366

The study began with 4 adult goats which were kept in metabolism crates from about the third month of pregnancy. Two were fed at the rate of 410 starch units (StE) and 125 g. crude protein daily from 1 kg. dried grass, expected to provide fully for the requirements of pregnancy, the other 2 were limited to about 80 per cent. of the amounts, 330 StE and 104-5 g. protein daily from 500 g. dried grass, 250 g. bran and 10 g. CaCO3.

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