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In Vitro Effect of Probiotic Mix and Fibrolytic Enzyme Mixture on Digestibility of Paddy Straw

@inproceedings{Sheikh2017InVE,
  title={In Vitro Effect of Probiotic Mix and Fibrolytic Enzyme Mixture on Digestibility of Paddy Straw},
  author={Gowher Gull Sheikh and Abdul Majeed Ganai and Ahmad Ishfaq and Yasir Afzal and Haider Ali and Ahmad},
  year={2017}
}
| The study was undertaken to evaluate the effects of probiotic mix and fibrolytic enzyme mixture on in-vitro fermentation and digestibility using whole rumen flora from sheep. The feed additives viz. probiotic mix and fibrolytic enzyme mixture were incorporated @ 3g, 6g, 9g, 12g, 15g/kg dry matter of complete feedfor adult sheep. The rations were subjected to invitro analysis to evaluateDM, OM and NDF digestibilityfor determination ofoptimum level of incorporation of feed additives in the… Expand

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