2004
DOI: 10.3168/jds.s0022-0302(04)73150-1 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Performance of lactating dairy cows fed diets containing either mechanically delinted whole cottonseed (DWCS; 3.7% lint) or linted whole cottonseed (LWCS; 11.7% lint) was measured. Forty primiparous (86 +/- 39 d in milk) and 40 multiparous (88 +/- 30 d in milk) cows were fed a total mixed ration containing 13% (dry matter basis) DWCS or LWCS in two blocks of 112 d (n = 53 and 27, respectively). Other total mixed ration ingredients (dry matter basis) were corn silage (28.1%), alfalfa silage (23%), high moisture… Show more

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“…These results were consistent with other reports (Dhiman et al, 1999;Moreira et al, 2004;Reveneau et al, 2005).…”
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“…These results were consistent with other reports (Dhiman et al, 1999;Moreira et al, 2004;Reveneau et al, 2005).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…Previous studies showed that supplement of linted WCS, delinted WCS (Moreira et al, 2004;Reveneau et al, 2005) or extruded WCS (Dhiman et al, 1999) also had no effect on milk fat.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…Similar level of DMI was recorded earlier when Bt and nonBt cottonseed based diets, having similar level of cottonseeds, were fed to crossbred lactating cows (Singhal et al 2006). Moreira et al (2004) reported similar level of DMI/100 kg body weight in cows when whole cottonseed constituted 12% of the total ration. In present study cottonseed, Bt and non-Bt both, constituted 14.5 percent of total DMI, which indicated that the incorporation of cottonseed at 14 percent level in total ration did not affect the DMI in crossbred cows as reported earlier by Arieli (1998) after an exhaustive review of a large number of feeding trials.…”
Section: Feed Intakementioning
“…This may be due to the progressive incorporation of berseem in the experimental period as maize fodder with higher DM content was not available at the later part of experiment and berseem had very low DM. Similar DM digestibility values were recorded by Moreira et al (2004) following the feeding of whole cottonseed at the level used in this study. On feeding transgenic vs. non-Bt.…”
Section: Nutrient Digestibilitymentioning
“…Apparent digestibility of CP was lower for the LCS and DCS diets than for CON and ECS diets (P<0.05). The fi bre form lint and hulls caused the intact seed of LCS and DCS to reside in the rumen longer than ECS, thereby increasing the degradability of CP and decreased the CP digestibility in lower tract (Pires et al, 1997;Moreira et al, 2004). Furthermore, heated and ground treatment of the extruded WCS decreased the degradation in rumen and increased surface area for contact with proteases to increase CP total tract digestibility.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning