2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782006000200035
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Abstract: RESUMO Este experimento teve por objetivo avaliar a utilização do farelo de soja centrifugado (FSC) como substituto ao farelo de soja (FS) na fração concentrada da dieta de bezerros de corte em confinamento, sendo testados os seguintes tratamentos: T 1 -100% de FS; T 2 -66% de FS

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“…It is clear that the grain fraction has a great influence on the quality of silage (Neumann, Restle, & Brondani, 2010), however, the vegetative fraction is responsible for more than half of the silage composition, indicating that this fractions needs to be taken into account. No difference was observed between hybrids for the other components at harvest time (Table 4).…”
Section: Continuationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is clear that the grain fraction has a great influence on the quality of silage (Neumann, Restle, & Brondani, 2010), however, the vegetative fraction is responsible for more than half of the silage composition, indicating that this fractions needs to be taken into account. No difference was observed between hybrids for the other components at harvest time (Table 4).…”
Section: Continuationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is also considered a great source of digestible fiber with 42 to 55% neutral detergent fiber, due to the removal of starches and sugars during the process, leaving mainly the structural cell wall carbohydrates, such as cellulose and hemicellulose (Meneghetti and Domingues, 2008). Centrifuged soybean meal is a byproduct of soybean meal, obtained by chemical processes, in which an important fraction of the protein is extracted for making food products for human consumption, constituting an alternative for the replacement of soybean meal in cattle diets, with average values of 33% CP and 71% of total digestible nutrients (Neumann et al, 2006). Farms that offered WBG also offered corn silage and commercial concentrate (Figure 1, Table 4).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%