2005
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982005000100020
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Abstract: RESUMO -O experimento foi desenvolvido com a finalidade de avaliar os efeitos de suplementação energética com sorgo moído sobre o desenvolvimento corporal de novilhos de corte em pastejo. Sessenta e cinco novilhos (12 a 15 meses de idade, sem raça definida, com 140 kg de peso vivo médio) foram mantidos em pastejo contínuo em uma pastagem natural melhorada com Lotus subbiflorus e invadida por Eragrostis planna, Ness. Os tratamentos consistiram de controle (T0), sem suplemento; 0,75% do peso vivo (T0,75); e 1,5%… Show more

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“…In this study, this fraction of CP unavailable to the animal (ADIP) showed an average content of 35±7 g/kg DM (P>0.05).There is no indication of ideal values of ADIP, but it is usually between 40-70 g/kg DM. Fischer et al (2005) observed, during the spring in natural pasture improved with Lotus subbiflorus and invaded by Eragrostis plana, in southern Rio Grande do Sul, CP and ADF at concentrations similar to the present study in the same season: 175 g/kg DM and 358 g/kg DM, respectively.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
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“…In this study, this fraction of CP unavailable to the animal (ADIP) showed an average content of 35±7 g/kg DM (P>0.05).There is no indication of ideal values of ADIP, but it is usually between 40-70 g/kg DM. Fischer et al (2005) observed, during the spring in natural pasture improved with Lotus subbiflorus and invaded by Eragrostis plana, in southern Rio Grande do Sul, CP and ADF at concentrations similar to the present study in the same season: 175 g/kg DM and 358 g/kg DM, respectively.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
“…However, Silva & Queiroz (2002) argued that the determination of ash gives only an indication of the richness in calcium and phosphorus in the analysis of feed, when it comes to products like bone meal and products of marine Fischer et al (2005), who found, in mid-September to November, high levels of mineral matter in natural pasture (322 and 148 g/kg DM), assigning these values to the contamination of samples after flooding of the area and subsequent deposition of dried mud on the forage. According to Alves et al (2008) the inorganic minerals include macro and trace minerals, while the organic matter is composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and in some cases, nitrogen.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%