Fattening Rambouillet lambs with corn stubble or alfalfa, slow intake urea supplementation or balanced concentrate

@article{Galina2004FatteningRL,
  title={Fattening Rambouillet lambs with corn stubble or alfalfa, slow intake urea supplementation or balanced concentrate},
  author={M. Galina and J. Hummel and M. Sanchez and G. Haenlein},
  journal={Small Ruminant Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={89-98}
}
Abstract One hundred and sixty Rambouillet lambs (15.925±0.350 kg/BW) were studied for 90 days with two treatments evaluating in situ DM disappearance, voluntary DM and OM intake, rumen degradation, rate of passage, NH 3 and VFA concentrations, apparent digestibility, ruminal pH, total fermentable carbohydrates, and weight gains. The first diet (80 lambs plus two cannulated sheep) offered 1000 g corn stubble (CS) per day, 200 g alfalfa hay (AH) per day, and 200 g of a slow-intake urea… Expand
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