Digestion of soybean meal and canola meal protein and amino acids in the digestive tract of young ruminants.

@article{Khorasani1990DigestionOS,
  title={Digestion of soybean meal and canola meal protein and amino acids in the digestive tract of young ruminants.},
  author={G. R. Khorasani and Willem C. Sauer and Lech Ozimek and John J. Kennelly},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1990},
  volume={68 10},
  pages={
          3421-8
        }
}
Eight male Holstein calves (body weight 68 +/- 5 kg; age 75 +/- 6 d), each with a permanent re-entrant pancreatic cannula and T-type ileal and duodenal cannulas, were used in a crossover design with four animals per group to determine amino acid kinetics and digestibilities in the digestive tract of calves fed soybean meal (SBM) and canola meal (CM) protein. The SBM and CM diets were fed twice daily at a level of 900 g at each feeding time (air-dry basis). With the exception of methionine… 

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