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Aspects of the copper-molybdenum-sulphur interactions in sheep.
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Improving the nutritional representation of horse feeds in South Africa.
Protein has been identified as a major reason that people purchase a horse feed, with anecdotal explanations offered for the poor prediction of response of horses to their rations, particularly in the sport horse market. ...
Effects of physicochemical properties of fibrous feed on feeding behaviour and gut health of growing and finishing pigs.
The broad objective of the study was to determine feeding behaviour and gut health of pigs fed different fibres at varying inclusion levels. Maize cob, maize stover, sunflower hulls, veld grass, sawdust, lucerne and dried ...
Nutritive value and manure quality in supplemented maize stover and grass hay diets for ruminants.
Production of ruminants is highly dependent on utilization of roughages. In tropical regions, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, the roughages are predominantly of poor quality due to high fibre and low protein content. ...
The influence of energy density on the performance of feedlot cattle.
This study examined the interaction of diets differing in their energy densities and heat increments of feeding on the feed intake patterns, physiological measurements, empty body composition, and animal performance of ...