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The nutrition of Zebu cattle Part III. Digestibility techniques: investigation of the effects of combination of dry faeces, length of digestibility trials and number of animals required

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 March 2009

R. M. Bredon
Affiliation:
Animal Health Research Centre, Entebbe, Uganda
C. D. Juko
Affiliation:
Animal Health Research Centre, Entebbe, Uganda
B. Marshall
Affiliation:
Animal Health Research Centre, Entebbe, Uganda

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A method of combining dried faeces in order to reduce analyses of samples was investigated.

The effect of the length of digestibility trials and the number of animals required in relation to accuracy have been investigated and discussed.

As a result of our investigations the following procedure was adopted.

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