2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982009001100019
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Abstract: RESUMO -Este trabalho foi conduzido com os objetivos de avaliar a ingestão e a digestibilidade da matéria seca e dos nutrientes e estimar o valor energético de rações com 0; 25; 50; 75 ou 100% de casca do grão de soja em substituição ao milho moído na dieta de cabritos. As rações foram compostas de feno de aveia, milho moído e/ou casca do grão de soja, farelo de soja e suplemento mineral. Foram utilizados cinco cabritos da raça Saanen (32,44 ± 4,00 kg) alojados em gaiolas de digestibilidade em delineamento qua… Show more

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“…Similar behavior was observed for the concentration of BUN in the different levels of sunflower cake (Table 6), probably because the crude protein intake (g/day) was similar between the treatments (Table 4), as the protein intake has a direct influence on the concentration of BUN. Furthermore, according to Baker et al (1995), the energy intake also influences the concentration of BUN, and, in our study, the intake of metabolizable energy (Mcal/day) also did not change between the treatments. The concentration of BUN was close to the normal parameters observed for goats, which are between 10 to 20 mg/dL (Pugh & Dum, 2005).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 43%
“…The diets were formulated aiming at protein equivalence; however, chemical analysis (Table 2) showed that those containing higher proportions of SH had more crude protein, which is possibly due to the great variation in protein content in that ingredient. To some extent, the current results are in line with other studies (Ludden, Cecava, & Hendrix, 1995;Alcalde et al, 2009) in which the authors found increased NDF intake but no significant changes for CP intake when corn was substituted by SH. In the present work, the amount of SH used in the treatment in which GC was entirely replaced with SH was higher than that used in the above-mentioned studies (66.9%), where CP intake did not differ, which may explain the diverging results.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Freitas et al (2013), on the other hand, evaluated the inclusion of SH in low-to medium-concentrate diets for feedlot steers and did not find changes in feed conversion as the ingredient replaced corn in the diet. However, considering the hypothesis that the use of SH in ruminant feeding improves the digestion of the fibrous portion of the diet (Alcalde et al, 2009), better feed conversion can be expected when using SH to replace GC in diets with a higher proportion of roughage than concentrate. Nevertheless, Rezende et al (2018) substituted 0, 25, 50, 75, or 100% of corn with SH in the finishing diet of Nellore steers and proved that replacing the starch from corn with the digestible fibre from SH does not improve rumen pH or increase DM intake and apparent digestibility.…”
Section: Table 4 Means and Standard Errors Of Initial Weight (Iw) Avmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For goats, Bueno et al (2002) and Alcalde et al (2009) observed that soybean hulls and citrus pulp can replace corn in rations. The Brazilian ethanol industry produces about 75,000 tons of inactive dry yeast every year (Santos, 2009) which may have an attractive sale benefit for food industries (Amorim and Lopes, 2009).…”
Section: -154 2012mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, unlike fiber, pectin has a high rate of degradation in the rumen (Jung et al, 2012). Based on dry matter, soybean hulls have 60.74% of NDF and 0.14% of starch, whereas corn has 12.34% of NDF and 77.11% of starch (Alcalde et al, 2009). However, based on DM, Tambara et al (1995) reported 33.82% of crude fiber, 50.86% of acid detergent fiber (ADF) and 1.81% of acid detergent lignin (ADL), as well as 65.49% apparent digestibility of dry matter, 69.27% in vitro digestibility of dry matter, and 67.05% total digestible nutrients (TDN) for SBH.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%