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Effect of curd suppression in a milk replacer on physiological parameters in calves. I Digestibility of nutrients and body mass-

  • 1990
  • Issue: 4
  • Volume: 20
C.W. Cruywagen, G.J. Brisson, G.F. Tremblay and H.H. Meissner Page: 234 - 238

Two trials were conducted to determine the effect of coagulation suppression of milk and milk replacers on apparent digestibility coefficients and body mass-gain of calves. In Experiment 1, two groups of five Holstein bull calves, two to four days of…

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Effect of caecectomy on true metabolizable energy and lysine availability in roosters (Short communication)

  • 1990
  • Issue: 4
  • Volume: 20
J.P. Hayes: J.J. Du Preez, J.S. Duckitt and A.A. Adams Page: 252 - 255

True metabolizable energy, corrected for nitrogen retention (TMEN) and true lysine availability, was determined for maize and  sunflower oilcake meal, two samples of each, and in samples of fishmeal, soyabean oilcake meal and sorghum meal using intact and caecectomized roosters.…

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