In vitro fermentation of different ratios of high-temperature dried lucerne and sugar beet pulp incubated with an equine faecal inoculum

Jo-Anne Mary Davina Murray, Meriel Jean Scott Moore-Colyer, Annette C. Longland

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Abstract

An in vitro gas production technique, where equine faeces was the source of microbial inoculum, was used to determine the fermentation kinetics of high-temperature dried lucerne (A) and molassed sugar beet pulp (SB) mixed in the following ratios; 100:0 (A), 80:20 (ASB1), 60:40 (ASB2), 40:60 (ASB3), 20:80 (ASB4) and 0:100 (SB). Total gas pool size increased linearly (P
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-2
Number of pages2
JournalAnimal Feed Science and Technology
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jan 2006

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