In Situ Dry Matter, Nitrogen and Phosphorous Disappearance of Different Feeds for Ruminants

@inproceedings{Islam2002InSD,
  title={In Situ Dry Matter, Nitrogen and Phosphorous Disappearance of Different Feeds for Ruminants},
  author={M. R. Islam and M. Ishida and Sada Ando and Takehiro Nishida},
  year={2002}
}
  • M. R. Islam, M. Ishida, +1 author Takehiro Nishida
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Four feeds, three concentrates (rice bran, soybean meal and flaked corn) and one forage (corn silage) were incubated in four ruminally fistulated Holstein steers over three one week periods in a 3×4 incomplete latin square design where steers served as blocks and feeds as treatment. The objectives of the study were to investigate in situ DM, N and P degradability characteristics of feeds in order to assess availability of these nutrients by ruminants. In each period, all feeds were incubated in… CONTINUE READING

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