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Feed efficiency and body chemical composition of merino lambs fed with different protein supplements

AutorManso, Teresa; Castro, Teresa; Lavín, Paz ; Giráldez, Francisco Javier ; Mantecón, Ángel R.
Palabras claveFeed
Fecha de publicación1995
CitaciónWorld Sheep and Wool Congress, Paper 1.4. (1995)
ResumenNet requirements for amino acids are high in ruminants with high growth rates and, therefore, its important to include feeds in diets for lambs during growth period that have low protein degradabilities. Many of the animals by-product meals are low in ruminal degradability and their amino acid profile is excellent (Mäntysaari et al., 1989). However, the supplement most widely used in the intensive lamb farming of meat producing breed is the soybean meal, which is imported in large quantities by the Mediterranean countries. Because there is scant information about the effect of meat meal supplementation on growth rate and body composition of lambs, the research reported herein was conducted to compare the value of meat meal (MM) and soybean meal (SM), for animal performance and carcass and non carcass body chemical composition in lambs at different live weights.
Descripción5 pages, 4 tables.-- Contributed to: World Sheep and Wool Congress (Malvern, Reino Unido, 1995).
Aparece en las colecciones: (IGM) Comunicaciones congresos
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