Analysis of the rumen bacterial diversity of goats during shift from forage to concentrate diet.

@article{Grilli2016AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the rumen bacterial diversity of goats during shift from forage to concentrate diet.},
  author={D. Grilli and K. Fliegerov{\'a} and J. Kope{\vc}n{\'y} and S. Lama and V. Egea and Noelia Sohaefer and Celia Pereyra and Mar{\'i}a Soledad Ruiz and M. Sosa and G. Arenas and J. Mr{\'a}zek},
  journal={Anaerobe},
  year={2016},
  volume={42},
  pages={
          17-26
        }
}
High-grain feeding used in the animal production is known to affect the host rumen bacterial community, but our understanding of consequent changes in goats is limited. This study was therefore aimed to evaluate bacterial population dynamics during 20 days adaptation of 4 ruminally cannulated goats to the high-grain diet (grain: hay - ratio of 40:60). The dietary transition of goats from the forage to the high-grain-diet resulted in the significant decrease of rumen fluid pH, which was however… Expand
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