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Research Article

Ingestive Behavior of Ovine Fed with Marandu Grass Silage Added with Naturally Dehydrated Brewery Residue

Table 1

Chemical composition, pH, and N-NH3 of marandu grass silage with dehydrated brewery residue added.

VariableDBRDehydrated brewery residue (%)
010203040

pH4.284.194.134.124.09
N-NH317.617.036.455.895.29
Dry matter189.9624.1327.9131.0239.543.9
Nitrogen23.891.151.802.022.162.35
Soluble carboydrates24.064.094.124.154.19
Ether extract6,523.525.085.195.295.42
Total digestible nutrient233.2739.0644.8550.6056.40
Neutral detergent fiber260.7573.6364.0661.2561.6060.50
Acid detergent fiber230.0929,4533.2830.9632.3034.50
Hemicellulose230.6644.1833.7830.2929.3026.00
Lignin25,486.896.486.406.326.18
Crude ash28.896.317.137.026.526.55
In vitro dry matter digestibility264.3560.9364.3765.1065.6066.10

Percentage.
2Percentage of dry matter.
Dehydrated brewery residue.

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