2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982007000100021
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Desempenho e digestibilidade aparente em cabritos Boer x Saanen em confinamento recebendo rações com casca do grão de soja em substituição ao milho

Abstract: RESUMO -Foram utilizados 27 cabritos Boer x Saanen (15 machos e 12 fêmeas, 25,75 ± 3,80 kg PV) distribuídos em delineamento inteiramente casualizado para avaliar os os efeitos da substituição de casca do grão de soja (CGS) por grão de milho moído (GMM) sobre o desempenho e a digestibilidade aparente dos nutrientes da dieta. As rações foram compostas de feno de grama-estrela (Cynodon spp.), farelo de soja, milho, casca do grão de soja e minerais, sendo os tratamentos constituídos de 0 (GMM), 50 (CGS50) e 100% (… Show more

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“…Hashimoto et al (2007) found that the centesimal composition of the longissimus dorsi muscle of sheep was not affected by the substitution of corn by soybean hulls, which was not observed in this study. Averages of 2.98% for total lipids, 0.97% for ash, 75.06% for moisture and 20.49% for protein were recorded.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 76%
“…Hashimoto et al (2007) found that the centesimal composition of the longissimus dorsi muscle of sheep was not affected by the substitution of corn by soybean hulls, which was not observed in this study. Averages of 2.98% for total lipids, 0.97% for ash, 75.06% for moisture and 20.49% for protein were recorded.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 76%
“…On in vitro digestibility of DM, OM, and NDF, the grain maize has higher digestibility (Table 3), closer to the values observed by Hashimoto et al (2007), who reported 95.38% for IVDMD values. This digestibility, as well as the IVDOM, is consistent with the fractionation of carbohydrates and nitrogen (Table 1); it should be noted that a small amount matches fraction C, which is indigestible.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 84%
“…Considering the presented data and mean values reported in studies (Hashimoto et al, 2007;Lima et al, 2011) on nutrient intake (Boer + Saanen goat kids fed on diets with 30% of hay and 70% of concentrate), we can say that feeding flaxseed, sunflower or canola to goat kids did not restrict the nutrient intake. However, sunflower increased (P<0.05) the NDF intake, which would be an intake limiting factor, but it was not.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 60%