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Voluntary intake and digestibility of the giant napier silage fed to Djallonke sheep

, : Voluntary intake and digestibility of the giant napier silage fed to Djallonke sheep. Bulletin Of Animal Health And Production In Africa: 4, 315-323

This study was conducted to determine the fermentation properties, voluntary intake and digestibility of <i>Pennisetum</i> King Grass silage fed to Djallonke sheep. The silage had pH 3.8 and the main fermentation end products had 2.8% total Nitrogen for ammonium nitrogen (N-NH<sub>3</sub>), 19.6 g/kg DM acetic acid and 22.0 g/kg DM ethanol.


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