2015
DOI: 10.1590/s1806-92902015000300002
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Abstract: -The experiment was conducted to assess the effect of substituting corn for soybean hulls on the apparent digestibility of nutrients, carcass performance and characteristics, and yield of cuts of 25 non-castrated male Santa Ines lambs with an initial body weight of 20±2 kg, at approximately 6 months of age, sheltered individually in stalls (1.10 × 1.0 m), considering a totally randomized design, fed 600 g/kg of forage and 400 g/kg of concentrate. Soybean hulls replaced corn at 0, 250, 500, 750, and 1,000 g/kg … Show more

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“…Each feedstuff used to produce the silage in this study presented an individual chemical composition similar to those observed in previous studies (Aliyu & Bala, 2011;Bastos et al, 2015;Chanie & FieVez, 2017), where wet brewery waste presented a low dry matter content, and soybean hulls a high dry matter content.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 81%
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“…Each feedstuff used to produce the silage in this study presented an individual chemical composition similar to those observed in previous studies (Aliyu & Bala, 2011;Bastos et al, 2015;Chanie & FieVez, 2017), where wet brewery waste presented a low dry matter content, and soybean hulls a high dry matter content.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 81%
“…The use of soybean hulls may cause an effective increasing in the nutrients content of wet brewery waste silage, especially due to soybean hulls may provide an increase in the dry matter. It is important to mention that soybean hulls are a natural energy source for ruminants, replacing the corn, and acting on passage rate and ruminant fermentation (Bastos et al, 2015). For ruminants, soybean hulls have an energy value of 74 to 80% of corn for feedlot animals.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The average LEA value was 13.9 cm 2 , close to the average values of 11.40 and 13.07 cm 2 obtained by Souza Júnior et al ( 2013) in lambs of large and medium frame size kept in feedlot. According to Bastos et al (2015), the average LEA values for Santa Inês lambs are between 9.6 and 14.8 cm 2 . The addition of GPS to the diets showed no significant difference on LEA; thus, carcasses possibly showed similarity of muscularity (Table 6) due to the nonsignificance of diets on the yield and carcass, cuts, and the compactness index (Table 5).…”
Section: Carcass Traits and Meat Qualitymentioning
confidence: 99%