Intake and Digestibility of Black Locust Foliage Fed to Growing Goat Wethers

@inproceedings{UnruhIntakeAD,
  title={Intake and Digestibility of Black Locust Foliage Fed to Growing Goat Wethers},
  author={L. J. Unruh and J-M. Luginbuhl and Johann P M{\"u}ller}
}
Leaves of Black locust (BL, Robinia pseudoacacia), a native southeastern United States tree species known to contain substantial levels of condensed tannins, were fed to 16, four month old (20.4 kg body weight [BW]) Boer wether goats (Capra hircus hircus) to determine their effects on intake and digestibility. Four diets were stall fed in a randomized… CONTINUE READING