Recycling of rumen digesta : A substitute of goat feed and means of decreasing environmental pollution

@inproceedings{Uddin2018RecyclingOR,
  title={Recycling of rumen digesta : A substitute of goat feed and means of decreasing environmental pollution},
  author={Mesbah Uddin and Muhammad Nazmul Hossain and Md. Hassan Kawsar},
  year={2018}
}
Rumen digesta causes environmental pollution by entering into the rivers, streams and local free water bodies and eventually imitate methane and carbon dioxide in the air. Environment pollution could be mitigate by recycling the slaughter house waste and mix with crop residue as animal feed. Rumen digesta is a good source of beneficial micro-organism and partially digested feed material of high nutritive values. This experiment was designed to save the environment and determine the nutritional… CONTINUE READING

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