2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782008000300031
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Abstract: RESUMO A polpa cítrica desidratada (PC) é um subproduto altamente energético e com potencial para substituir o milho em rações de cordeiros desmamados precocemente. Dois experimentos foram realizados para avaliarem-se os efeitos da

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“…The average LEA value was satisfactory at 12.4 cm 2 , in accordance with those found in literature for Santa Ines lambs, which vary from 9.6 to 14.8 cm 2 (Turino et al, 2007;Rodrigues et al, 2008). The average fattening status value obtained in this work was 1.6 mm and can be explained by the genetic group and the animals' young age -on average 180-day-old at slaughter.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 90%
“…The average LEA value was satisfactory at 12.4 cm 2 , in accordance with those found in literature for Santa Ines lambs, which vary from 9.6 to 14.8 cm 2 (Turino et al, 2007;Rodrigues et al, 2008). The average fattening status value obtained in this work was 1.6 mm and can be explained by the genetic group and the animals' young age -on average 180-day-old at slaughter.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 90%
“…The mean value of the average daily weight gain in the present study was 283.82 g/day, superior to the 223.0 g/day obtained by Rodrigues et al (2008) with Santa Inês lambs, with a final live weight of 30 kg.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 80%
“…In the present study, we could observe that the diet digestibility values when MPM replaced corn were consistent with the statements of these authors. However, the NDF digestibility coefficient exhibited similar values to those reported by Rodrigues et al (2008), which varied between 48 and 61% in diets for confined sheep fed high levels of concentrate (90%). The levels of TDN in the experimental diets decreased (P<0.05) linearly with the substitution of ground corn grain for MPM.…”
Section: Substitution Of Corn In Diets For Lambssupporting
confidence: 80%