2019
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-9940200252019
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Economic analysis of the finishing of lambs under confinement conditions using licuri cake ( Syagrus coronata Mart. Becc.)

Abstract: SUMMARY The present study endeavors to determine the impact of the inclusion of licuri tart in the diet of finishing lambs, Santa Inês mestizos, by evaluating the economic parameters. For this purpose, a total of 44 lambs, including both uncastrated as well as vaccinated and wormed lambs, with an average age of six months and a mean body weight of 21.2 kg ± 2.7 kg, were employed. Initially, the lambs were fed on the diet which consisted of 40% Tifton-85 hay and 60% of a concentrated mixture, mainly composed of… Show more

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“…Licuri cake (LC) is an oilseed by-product whose chemical composition includes (mean ± standard deviation) 927.3 ± 38.6 g/kg dry matter, 238.2 ± 19.2 g/kg crude protein, 109.9 ± 29.1 g/kg ether extract, 473.9 ± 68.9 g/kg neutral detergent fiber, 173.1 ± 43.5 g/kg acid detergent lignin, and 89.4 ± 29.0 g/kg non-fibrous carbohydrates (Borja et al, 2014;Ferreira et al, 2017;Costa et al, 2019). The crude protein in LC is rich in neutral and acid detergent insoluble protein (Silva et al, 2015), and its ether extract is rich in short-and medium-chain fatty acids (Costa et al, 2018).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Licuri cake (LC) is an oilseed by-product whose chemical composition includes (mean ± standard deviation) 927.3 ± 38.6 g/kg dry matter, 238.2 ± 19.2 g/kg crude protein, 109.9 ± 29.1 g/kg ether extract, 473.9 ± 68.9 g/kg neutral detergent fiber, 173.1 ± 43.5 g/kg acid detergent lignin, and 89.4 ± 29.0 g/kg non-fibrous carbohydrates (Borja et al, 2014;Ferreira et al, 2017;Costa et al, 2019). The crude protein in LC is rich in neutral and acid detergent insoluble protein (Silva et al, 2015), and its ether extract is rich in short-and medium-chain fatty acids (Costa et al, 2018).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%