Digestion of feed amino acids in the rumen and intestine of steers measured using a mobile nylon bag technique.

  title={Digestion of feed amino acids in the rumen and intestine of steers measured using a mobile nylon bag technique.},
  author={Akbar Taghizadeh and Mohsen Danesh Mesgaran and Reza Valizadeh and F. Eftekhar Shahroodi and Kim Stanford},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  volume={88 5},
The disappearance of dry matter (DM), crude protein (CP), and amino acids (AA) in steers after rumen incubation and intestinal passage of alfalfa hay, barley hay, corn silage, barley grain, corn grain, wheat bran, meat meal, fish meal, cottonseed meal, and soybean meal were measured in 3 steers using a mobile nylon bag technique. Ruminal degradation of individual AA differed between feedstuffs. For barley hay and corn silage, the ruminal disappearance of total AA was higher and lower than the… CONTINUE READING


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