2024
DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-3853869/v1
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Co-fermented broth of forage grasses and Chinese herbal medicines improves rumen fermentation, gastrointestinal development, and microbial community in fattening lambs

Yongliang Li,
Huiwen Zhang,
Jianjun Guo
et al.

Abstract: Digestive problems in fattening lambs have been concerned in recent years. Our study aimed to investigate the effects of a co-fermented broth (FB) from 4 forage grasses and 4 Chinese medicines on rumen fermentation, gastrointestinal development, and microbial community in lambs via in vitro and in vivo tests. In vitro fermentation of 48 h was performed to determine fermentation parameters (gas production, volatile fatty acid, ammonia nitrogen, etc.) and nutrient disappearance rate at various doses of FB supple… Show more

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