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1. Sheep fed at a constant rate were infused intraruminally with [1-(14)C]-acetate, -propionate or -butyrate during 5hr. periods. 2. Volatile fatty acids were estimated in the rumen contents and… (More)
1. Two pairs of Friesian steers were changed from ad lib. to restricted intake of a pelleted barley diet and were maintained on this latter intake for periods of 18 or 25 weeks. The restricted level… (More)
Sheep were given continuous subcutaneous infusions of NaH14CO3 at a rate of 0·03 ml./min, 90–150 nCi/min, for periods of 8 to 36 hr and the rate of entry of metabolic CO2 into the body pool of CO2… (More)
I. Three heifers were changed from a diet of equal parts of hay and barley cubes (50:~o diet) to one entirely of barley cubes given in three equal feeds throughout the day. Feed intake was restricted… (More)
Summary Rumen sludge from normally fed heifers when fed at the rate of 8, 12 or 16 per cent of the dry matter of a thiamin-deficient basal ration contains enough thiamin to allow weight gains to… (More)
1. Two young steers, aged approximately 6 months and each fitted with a rumen and an abomasal cannula, were used to measure the flow of digesta to the abomasum over periods of 24 h. A diet of… (More)