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    1. Borba, AES; Correia, PJA; Fernandes, JMM; Borba, AFRS
      Comparison of three sources of inocula for predicting apparent digestibility of ruminant feedstuffs

      ANIMAL RESEARCH
    2. Hvelplund, T; Misciattelli, L; Weisbjerg, MR
      Supply of the dairy cow with amino acids from dietary protein

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED SCIENCES
    3. Phillips, CJC; Tenlep, SYN; Pennell, K; Omed, H; Chiy, PC
      The effect of applying sodium fertilizer on the rate of digestion of perennial ryegrass and white clover incubated in rumen liquor, with implicationsfor ruminal tympany in cattle

      VETERINARY JOURNAL
    4. Harstad, OM; Prestlokken, E
      Rumen degradability and intestinal indigestibility of individual amino acids in corn gluten meal, canola meal and fish meal determined in situ

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    5. Koenig, KM; Rode, LM
      Ruminal degradability, intestinal disappearance, and plasma methionine response of rumen-protected methionine in dairy cows

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    6. Qiao, SY; Thacker, PA
      A comparison of washed and unwashed bags to determine the apparent fecal digestibility of dry matter, energy and crude protein in feeds for swine using the mobile nylon bag technique

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    7. Szumacher-Strabel, M; Cieslak, A; Potkanski, A
      A note on the effect of diet and type of fat on cellulose degradability inthe rumen of sheep

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED SCIENCES
    8. Chrenkova, M; Ceresnakova, Z; Sommer, A
      Effective degradability and prediction of intestinal digestibility in rumen for undegraded feed crude protein

      CZECH JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    9. Harstad, OM; Prestlokken, E
      Effective rumen degradability and intestinal indigestibility of individualamino acids in solvent-extracted soybean meal (SBM) and xylose-treated SBM(SoyPass (R)) determined in situ

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    10. Mustafa, AF; Qiao, SY; Thacker, PA; McKinnon, JJ; Christensen, DA; Chaplin, RK
      Assessment of the value of cannulated pigs for measuring intestinal protein digestibility of ruminal undegraded protein of canola meal

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    11. von Keyserlingk, MAG; Weurding, E; Swift, ML; Wright, CF; Shelford, JA; Fisher, LJ
      Effect of adding lignosulfonate and heat to canola screenings on ruminal and intestinal disappearance of dry matter and crude protein

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    12. Getachew, G; Makkar, HPS; Becker, K
      Effect of polyethylene glycol on in vitro degradability of nitrogen and microbial protein synthesis from tannin-rich browse and herbaceous legumes

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    13. Dhanoa, MS; Lopez, S; Dijkstra, J; Davies, DR; Sanderson, R; Williams, BA; Sileshi, Z; France, J
      Estimating the extent of degradation of ruminant feeds from a description of their gas production profiles observed in vitro: comparison of models

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    14. France, J; Dijkstra, J; Dhanoa, MS; Lopez, S; Bannink, A
      Estimating the extent of degradation of ruminant feeds from a description of their gas production profiles observed in vitro: derivation of models and other mathematical considerations

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    15. Chilibroste, P; Williams, BA; Tamminga, S; Calabro, S
      The use of cumulative gas production technique to characterize changes in the fermentation characteristics of rumen contents following variable periods of starvation and grazing in dairy cows

      ANIMAL SCIENCE
    16. Sebek, LBJ; Everts, H
      In situ rumen degradation of dry matter and crude protein in ewes and dairy cows

      ANIMAL SCIENCE
    17. Tomankova, O; Homolka, P
      Prediction of intestinal digestibility of protein undegradable in rumen bya combined enzymatic method

      CZECH JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    18. Nherera, FV; Ndlovu, LR; Dzowela, BH
      Relationships between in vitro gas production characteristics, chemical composition and in vivo quality measures in goats fed tree fodder supplements

      SMALL RUMINANT RESEARCH
    19. Prestlokken, E
      Ruminal degradability and intestinal digestibility of protein and amino acids in barley and oats expander-treated at various intensities

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. McSweeney, CS; Palmer, B; Bunch, R; Krause, DO
      In vitro quality assessment of tannin-containing tropical shrub legumes: protein and fibre digestion

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Zerbini, E; Sharma, A; Rattunde, HFW
      Fermentation kinetics of stems of sorghum and millet genotypes

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Prestlokken, E
      In situ ruminal degradation and intestinal digestibility of dry matter andprotein in expanded feedstuffs

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    23. Kalbande, VH; Thomas, CT
      Digestion kinetics of some of concentrate feed ingredients by nylon bag technique

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCES
    24. Cone, JW; Van Gelder, AH; Soliman, IA; De Visser, H; Van Vuuren, AM
      Different techniques to study rumen fermentation characteristics of maturing grass and grass silage

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    25. Griggs, TC; Lobos, KB; Kingery, PE
      Digestibility analysis of undried, unground, and dry ground herbage by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy

      CROP SCIENCE
    26. Kitessa, S; Flinn, PC; Irish, GG
      Comparison of methods used to predict the in vivo digestibility of feeds in ruminants

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    27. White, CL; Ashes, JR
      A review of methods for assessing the protein value of grain fed to ruminants

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    28. Moughan, PJ
      In vitro techniques for the assessment of the nutritive value of feed grains for pigs: a review

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    29. Valentin, SF; Forbes, JM; Lescoat, P
      Comparison of the voluntary intake by lactating cows of two maize silages with different in situ dry matter degradability

      ANNALES DE ZOOTECHNIE
    30. Nsahlai, IV; Bonsi, MLK; Umunna, NN; Sileshi, Z; Bediye, S
      Feed utilization strategies for improved ruminant production in the arid region

      ANNALS OF ARID ZONE
    31. PEREIRA JC; CARRO MD; GONZALEZ J; ALVIR MR; RODRIGUEZ CR
      RUMEN DEGRADABILITY AND INTESTINAL DIGESTIBILITY OF BREWERS GRAINS ASAFFECTED BY ORIGIN AND HEAT-TREATMENT AND OF BARLEY ROOTLETS

      Animal feed science and technology
    32. LOPEZ S; CARRO MD; GONZALEZ JS; OVEJERO FJ
      COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT IN-VITRO AND IN-SITU METHODS TO ESTIMATE THE EXTENT AND RATE OF DEGRADATION OF HAYS IN THE RUMEN

      Animal feed science and technology
    33. GETACHEW G; BLUMMEL M; MAKKAR HPS; BECKER K
      IN-VITRO GAS MEASURING TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF FEEDS - A REVIEW

      Animal feed science and technology
    34. KOPECNY J; TOMANKOVA O; HOMOLKA P
      COMPARISON OF PROTEIN DIGESTIBILITY OF RUMEN UNDEGRADED PROTEIN ESTIMATED BY AN ENZYMATIC AND MOBILE BAG METHOD - FEEDS FOR RUMINANTS AND ANAEROBIC FUNGUS

      Animal feed science and technology
    35. MICHALETDOREAU B; NOZIERE P
      VALIDATION OF IN-SITU NITROGEN DEGRADATION MEASUREMENTS - COMPARATIVEPROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF SOLID-ADHERENT MICROORGANISMS ISOLATED FROM RUMEN CONTENT AND NYLON BAGS CONTAINING VARIOUS FEEDS

      Animal feed science and technology
    36. Balogun, RO; Jones, RJ; Holmes, JHG
      Digestibility of some tropical browse species varying in tannin content

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    37. Apori, SO; Castro, FB; Shand, WJ; Orskov, ER
      Chemical composition, in sacco degradation and in vitro gas production of some Ghanaian browse plants

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    38. TUORI M; KAUSTELL KV; HUHTANEN P
      COMPARISON OF THE PROTEIN EVALUATION SYSTEMS OF FEEDS FOR DAIRY-COWS

      Livestock production science
    39. KAITHO RJ; UMUNNA NN; NSAHLAI IV; TAMMINGA S; VANBRUCHEM J
      NITROGEN IN BROWSE SPECIES - RUMINAL DEGRADABILITY AND POST-RUMINAL DIGESTIBILITY MEASURED BY MOBILE NYLON BAG AND IN-VITRO TECHNIQUES

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    40. VONKEYSERLINGK MAG; SHELFORD JA; PUCHALA R; SWIFT ML; FISHER LJ
      IN-SITU DISAPPEARANCE OF AMINO-ACIDS FROM GRASS SILAGES IN THE RUMEN AND INTESTINE OF CATTLE

      Journal of dairy science
    41. CLOWES EJ; WILLIAMS IH; BARACOS VE; PLUSKE JR; CEGIELSKI AC; ZAK LJ; AHERNE FX
      FEEDING LACTATING PRIMIPAROUS SOWS TO ESTABLISH 3 DIVERGENT METABOLICSTATES - II - EFFECT ON NITROGEN PARTITIONING AND SKELETAL-MUSCLE COMPOSITION

      Journal of animal science
    42. Mir, Z; Mir, PS; Acharya, SN; Zaman, MS; Taylor, WG; Mears, GJ; McAllister, TA; Goonewardene, LA
      Comparison of alfalfa and fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) silages supplemented with barley grain on performance of growing steers

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    43. BLUMMEL M; BULLERDIECK P
      THE NEED TO COMPLEMENT IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION MEASUREMENTS WITH RESIDUE DETERMINATIONS FROM IN-SACCO DEGRADABILITIES TO IMPROVE THE PREDICTION OF VOLUNTARY INTAKE OF HAYS

      Animal Science
    44. BLUMMEL M; MAKKAR HPS; BECKER K
      IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION - A TECHNIQUE REVISITED

      Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition
    45. MADSEN JH; HVELPLUND T; WEISBJERG MR
      APPROPRIATE METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OF TROPICAL FEEDS FOR RUMINANTS

      Animal feed science and technology
    46. NDLOVU LR; NHERERA FV
      CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND RELATIONSHIP TO IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION OF ZIMBABWEAN BROWSABLE INDIGENOUS TREE SPECIES

      Animal feed science and technology
    47. MUPANGWA JF; NGONGONI NT; TOPPS JH; NDLOVU P
      CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND DRY-MATTER DEGRADABILITY PROFILES OF FORAGE LEGUMES CASSIA-ROTUNDIFOLIA CV WYNN, LABLAB-PURPUREUS CV HIGHWORTH ANDMACROPTILIUM-ATROPURPUREUM CV SIRATRO AT 8 WEEKS OF GROWTH (PREANTHESIS)

      Animal feed science and technology
    48. BALOYI JJ; NGONGONI NT; TOPPS JH; NDLOVU P
      CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND DEGRADABILITY OF BRACHYSTEGIA-SPICIFORMIS (MUSASA) LEAVES AND STEMS HARVESTED OVER 4 MONTHS FROM 3 SITES IN ZIMBABWE

      Animal feed science and technology
    49. MUPETA B; WEISBJERG MR; HVELPLUND T; MADSEN J
      DIGESTIBILITY OF AMINO-ACIDS IN PROTEIN-RICH TROPICAL FEEDS FOR RUMINANTS ESTIMATED WITH THE MOBILE BAG TECHNIQUE

      Animal feed science and technology
    50. TOLERA A; KHAZAAL K; ORSKOV ER
      NUTRITIVE EVALUATION OF SOME BROWSE SPECIES

      Animal feed science and technology
    51. KALBANDE VH; THOMAS CT
      RUMINAL DEGRADABILITY EVALUATIONS OF GREEN FORAGES BY NYLON-BAG TECHNIQUE

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    52. STERN MD; BACH A; CALSAMIGLIA S
      ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING NUTRIENT DIGESTION IN RUMINANTS

      Journal of animal science
    53. MIR Z; ACHARYA SN; MIR PS; TAYLOR WG; ZAMAN MS; MEARS GJ; GOONEWARDENE LA
      NUTRIENT COMPOSITION, IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION AND DIGESTIBILITY OF FENUGREEK (TRIGONELLA-FOENUM-GRAECUM) AND ALFALFA FORAGES

      Canadian journal of animal science
    54. HUHTANEN P; VANHATALO A
      RUMINAL AND TOTAL PLANT CELL-WALL DIGESTIBILITY ESTIMATED BY A COMBINED IN-SITU METHOD UTILIZING MATHEMATICAL-MODELS

      British Journal of Nutrition
    55. BLUMMEL M; BECKER K
      THE DEGRADABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF 54 ROUGHAGES AND ROUGHAGE NEUTRAL-DETERGENT FIBERS AS DESCRIBED BY IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE

      British Journal of Nutrition
    56. BLUMMEL M; PAUL C; GOODCHILD A; BECKER K
      GRINDING ENERGY AND IN-VITRO GAS TECHNIQUE FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF SYRIAN BARLEY STRAWS - PHYSICAL AND MICROBIAL-DEGRADATION AND VOLUNTARY FEED-INTAKE BY SHEEP

      Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition
    57. VANHATALO A; DAKOWSKI P; HUHTANEN P
      EFFECTS OF STAGE OF GROWTH AND DURATION OF RUMEN INCUBATION-TIME ON INTESTINAL DIGESTIBILITY OF RUMEN-UNDEGRADABLE NITROGEN OF GRASS BY MOBILE-BAG METHOD IN COWS

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section A, Animal science
    58. WEISBJERG MR; HVELPLUND T; HELLBERG S; OLSSON S; SANNE S
      EFFECTIVE RUMEN DEGRADABILITY AND INTESTINAL DIGESTIBILITY OF INDIVIDUAL AMINO-ACIDS IN DIFFERENT CONCENTRATES DETERMINED IN-SITU

      Animal feed science and technology
    59. BEAMES RM; HELM JH; EGGUM BO; BOISEN S; KNUDSEN KEB; SWIFT ML
      A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR MEASURING THE NUTRITIVE-VALUE FOR PIGS OFA RANGE OF HULLED AND HULLESS BARLEY CULTIVARS

      Animal feed science and technology
    60. SILESHI Z; OWEN E; DHANOA MS; THEODOROU MK
      PREDICTION OF IN-SITU RUMEN DRY-MATTER DISAPPEARANCE OF ETHIOPIAN FORAGES FROM AN IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE USING A PRESSURE TRANSDUCER, CHEMICAL-ANALYSES OR IN-VITRO DIGESTIBILITY

      Animal feed science and technology
    61. KIM CW; KWAK WS; AHN HS; JEON BT; KIM KH
      EFFECTS OF DEER OR CATTLE INOCULUM ON ESTIMATING NUTRITIVE-VALUE OF DEER FORAGES USING IN-SITU BAG TECHNIQUE IN THE ARTIFICIAL RUMEN

      Animal feed science and technology
    62. HERRERO M; MURRAY I; FAWCETT RH; DENT JB
      PREDICTION OF THE IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION AND CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OFKIKUYU GRASS BY NEAR-INFRARED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Animal feed science and technology
    63. SCHROEDER GE; ERASMUS LJ; MEISSNER HH
      CHEMICAL AND PROTEIN-QUALITY PARAMETERS OF HEAT-PROCESSED SUNFLOWER OILCAKE FOR DAIRY-CATTLE

      Animal feed science and technology
    64. VONKEYSERLINGK MAG; SWIFT ML; PUCHALA R; SHELFORD JA
      DEGRADABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF DRY-MATTER AND CRUDE PROTEIN OF FORAGES IN RUMINANTS

      Animal feed science and technology
    65. NOZIERE P; MICHALETDOREAU B
      VALIDATION OF IN-SACCO METHOD - INFLUENCE OF SAMPLING SITE, NYLON BAGOR RUMEN CONTENTS, ON FIBROLYTIC ACTIVITY OF SOLID-ASSOCIATED MICROORGANISMS

      Animal feed science and technology
    66. SUBUH AMH; ROWAN TG; LAWRENCE TLJ
      EFFECT OF HEAT OR FORMALDEHYDE TREATMENT ON THE RUMEN DEGRADABILITY AND INTESTINAL-TRACT APPARENT DIGESTIBILITY OF PROTEIN IN SOYBEAN-MEAL AND IN RAPESEED MEALS OF DIFFERENT GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT

      Animal feed science and technology
    67. CONE JW; VANGELDER AH; STEG A; VANVUUREN AM
      PREDICTION OF IN-SITU RUMEN ESCAPE PROTEIN FROM IN-VITRO INCUBATION WITH PROTEASE FROM STREPTOMYCES-GRISEUS

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    68. KHAZAAL KA; PARISSI Z; TSIOUVARAS C; NASTIS A; ORSKOV ER
      ASSESSMENT OF PHENOLICS-RELATED ANTINUTRITIVE LEVELS USING THE IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE - A COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT TYPES OF POLYVINYLPOLYPYRROLIDONE OR POLYETHYLENE-GLYCOL

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    69. NSAHLAI IV; UMUNNA NN
      COMPARISON BETWEEN RECONSTITUTED SHEEP FECES AND RUMEN FLUID INOCULA AND BETWEEN IN-VITRO AND IN-SACCO DIGESTIBILITY METHODS AS PREDICTORS OF INTAKE AND IN-VIVO DIGESTIBILITY

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    70. HELM JH; CORTEZ MJ; SALMON DF; JEDEL PE; STEWART WM
      REGISTRATION OF PHOENIX BARLEY

      Crop science
    71. CARRO MD; LEBZIEN P; ROHR K
      EFFECTS OF PORE-SIZE OF NYLON BAGS AND DILUTION RATE ON FERMENTATION PARAMETERS IN A SEMICONTINUOUS ARTIFICIAL RUMEN

      Small ruminant research
    72. VOLDEN H; HARSTAD OM
      EFFECT OF RUMEN INCUBATION ON THE TRUE INDIGESTIBILITY OF FEED PROTEIN IN THE DIGESTIVE-TRACT DETERMINED BY NYLON BAG TECHNIQUES

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section A, Animal science
    73. VANHATALO A; ARONEN I; VARVIKKO T
      INTESTINAL NITROGEN DIGESTIBILITY OF HEAT-MOISTURE TREATED RAPESEED MEALS AS ASSESSED BY THE MOBILE-BAG METHOD IN COWS

      Animal feed science and technology
    74. IBRAHIM MNM; TAMMINGA S; ZEMMELINK G
      DEGRADATION OF TROPICAL ROUGHAGES AND CONCENTRATE FEEDS IN THE RUMEN

      Animal feed science and technology
    75. ANTONIEWICZ AM; KOWALCZYK J; KANSKI J; GORSKAMATUSIAK Z; NALEPKA M
      RUMEN DEGRADABILITY OF CRUDE PROTEIN OF DRIED GRASS AND LUCERNE FORAGE MEASURED BY IN-SACCO INCUBATION AND PREDICTED BY NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

      Animal feed science and technology
    76. ARCHIMEDE H; SAUVANT D; DORLEANS M; CHAPOUTOT P; PONCET C
      INFLUENCE OF THE NATURE OF FORAGE AND CONCENTRATE ON THE DIGESTIVE INTERACTIONS MEASURED IN-SACCO AND IN-VIVO

      Animal feed science and technology
    77. BONSI MLK; OSUJI PO; TUAH AK
      EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTING TEFF STRAW WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF LEUCAENA OR SESBANIA LEAVES ON THE DEGRADABILITIES OF TEFF STRAW, SESBANIA, LEUCAENA, TAGASASTE AND VERNONIA AND ON CERTAIN RUMEN AND BLOOD METABOLITES IN ETHIOPIAN MENZ SHEEP

      Animal feed science and technology
    78. DEWHURST RJ; HEPPER D; WEBSTER AJF
      COMPARISON OF IN-SACCO AND IN-VITRO TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATING THE RATE AND EXTENT OF RUMEN FERMENTATION OF A RANGE OF DIETARY INGREDIENTS

      Animal feed science and technology
    79. ARIELI A; BRUCKENTAL I; KEDAR O; SKLAN D
      IN-SACCO DISAPPEARANCE OF STARCH NITROGEN AND FAT IN PROCESSED GRAINS

      Animal feed science and technology
    80. NSAHLAI IV; UMUNNA NN; NEGASSA D
      THE EFFECT OF MULTIPURPOSE TREE DIGESTA ON IN-VITRO GAS-PRODUCTION FROM NAPIER GRASS OR NEUTRAL-DETERGENT FIBER

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    81. CALSAMIGLIA S; STERN MD
      A 3-STEP IN-VITRO PROCEDURE FOR ESTIMATING INTESTINAL DIGESTION OF PROTEIN IN RUMINANTS

      Journal of animal science
    82. BECKERS Y; THEWIS A; MAUDOUX B; FRANCOIS E
      STUDIES ON THE IN-SITU NITROGEN DEGRADABILITY CORRECTED FOR BACTERIAL-CONTAMINATION OF CONCENTRATE FEEDS IN STEERS

      Journal of animal science
    83. VANHATALO A; VARVIKKO T
      EFFECT OF RUMEN DEGRADATION ON INTESTINAL DIGESTION OF NITROGEN OF N-15-LABELED RAPESEED MEAL AND STRAW MEASURED BY THE MOBILE-BAG METHOD IN COWS

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    84. VANHATALO A; KETOJA E
      THE ROLE OF THE LARGE-INTESTINE IN POST-RUMINAL DIGESTION OF FEEDS ASMEASURED BY THE MOBILE-BAG METHOD IN CATTLE

      British Journal of Nutrition
    85. MGHENI DM; HVELPLUND T; WEISBJERG MR
      INTESTINAL DIGESTIBILITY OF RUMEN UNDEGRADED DIETARY-PROTEIN FROM TROPICAL ROUGHAGES ESTIMATED BY THE MOBILE BAG TECHNIQUE

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section A, Animal science
    86. SUSMEL P; ANTONGIOVANNI M; STEFANON B; MILLS CR; HINDLE VA; VANVURREN AM
      BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF FEED PROTEINS BEFORE AND AFTER RUMEN EXPOSURE

      Animal feed science and technology
    87. MADSEN J; HVELPLUND T
      PREDICTION OF IN-SITU PROTEIN DEGRADABILITY IN THE RUMEN - RESULTS OFA EUROPEAN RINGTEST

      Livestock production science
    88. SORENSEN P; JENSEN ES; NIELSEN NE
      LABELING OF ANIMAL MANURE NITROGEN WITH N-15

      Plant and soil
    89. BENCHAAR C; MONCOULON R; BAYOURTHE C; VERNAY M
      EFFECTS OF A SUPPLY OF RAW OR EXTRUDED WHITE LUPIN SEEDS ON PROTEIN DIGESTION AND AMINO-ACID-ABSORPTION IN DAIRY-COWS

      Journal of animal science
    90. HALL JW; MAJAK W; STOUT DG; CHENG KJ; GOPLEN BP; HOWARTH RE
      BLOAT IN CATTLE FED ALFALFA SELECTED FOR A LOW INITIAL RATE OF DIGESTION

      Canadian journal of animal science
    91. ALERT HJ; POPPE S
      DRY-MATTER AND NUTRIENTS DEGRADABILITY OF THE FEEDSTUFFS AFTER INCUBATION IN THE RUMEN (NYLON BAG TECHNIQUE)

      Archiv fur Tierernahrung
    92. SCHUBERT R; FLACHOWSKY G; BOCHRODER B
      N-15-FLOW AFTER IN-SACCO INCUBATION AND FEEDING OF UNTREATED OR WITH N-15-HORSE URINE TREATED WHEAT-STRAW IN SHEEP AND GOAT

      Archiv fur Tierernahrung
    93. FLACHOWSKY G; KRONEMANN H; GRUN M
      INFLUENCE OF TYPE OF DIET AND INCUBATION-TIME ON IN-SACCO RELEASE OF CU, FE, MN AND ZN FROM ITALIAN RYEGRASS, UNTREATED AND AMMONIA-TREATEDWHEAT-STRAW

      Archiv fur Tierernahrung
    94. VANSTRAALEN WM; DOOPER FMH; ANTONIEWICZ AM; KOSMALA I; VANVUUREN AM
      INTESTINAL DIGESTIBILITY IN DAIRY-COWS OF PROTEIN FROM GRASS AND CLOVER MEASURED WITH MOBILE NYLON BAG AND OTHER METHODS

      Journal of dairy science
    95. MIR PS; MIR Z; TOWNLEYSMITH L
      COMPARISON OF THE NUTRIENT CONTENT AND IN-SITU DEGRADABILITY OF FENUGREEK (TRIGONELLA-FOENUM-GRAECUM) AND ALFALFA HAYS

      Canadian journal of animal science
    96. KIBELOLAUD AR; VERNAY M; BAYOURTHE C; MONCOULON R
      EFFECT OF EXTRUDING ON RUMINAL DISAPPEARANCE AND LOWER GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT DIGESTION OF WHITE LUPIN SEEDS

      Canadian journal of animal science
    97. STOCKDALE CR
      THE NUTRITIVE-VALUE OF PERSIAN CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-RESUPINATUM) HERBAGEGROWN UNDER IRRIGATION IN NORTHERN VICTORIA

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    98. LEGOFFE P; VERITE R; PEYRAUD JL
      INFLUENCE OF HERBAGE SPECIES AND HARVEST SEASON ON THE RUMEN DEGRADABILITY OF FRESH FORAGE NITROGEN

      Annales de zootechnie
    99. LEGOFFE P; VERITE R; FAVERDIN P
      VARIATION FACTORS AND PREDICTION OF HERBAGE NITROGEN DEGRADABILITY INTHE RUMEN

      Annales de zootechnie


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