The effect of consumption of foods that differ in energy density and/or sodium bicarbonate supplementation on subsequent diet selection in sheep.


The short-term consumption of foods that differed in energy density (ED) and/or NaHCO3 supplementation, on subsequent food intake and diet selection in sheep were measured. Thirty sheep weighing 35.9 (sd 2.89) kg were used. Two foods were formulated: H had 11 and L had 8 MJ metabolizable energy/kg fresh matter. Four further foods were formulated by adding… (More)


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