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Evaluation of the Indonesian coffee pulp as a ruminant feed using the Reading Pressure Technique

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 November 2017

S. Fakhri
Affiliation:
ADAS Nutritional Sciences Research Unit, Alcester Road, Stratford upon-Avon, CV37 9RQ, UK Faculty of Animal Science, The University of Jambi, Campus Mandalo Darat, Jambi, Indonesia 36361 Department of Agriculture, The University of Reading, Earley Gate, PO Box 236, Reading RG6 6AT, UK
A. Latief
Affiliation:
Faculty of Animal Science, The University of Jambi, Campus Mandalo Darat, Jambi, Indonesia 36361
R. Murni
Affiliation:
Faculty of Animal Science, The University of Jambi, Campus Mandalo Darat, Jambi, Indonesia 36361
S.D. Widyawati
Affiliation:
Faculty of Animal Science, The University of Jambi, Campus Mandalo Darat, Jambi, Indonesia 36361
M. Afdal
Affiliation:
ADAS Nutritional Sciences Research Unit, Alcester Road, Stratford upon-Avon, CV37 9RQ, UK Faculty of Animal Science, The University of Jambi, Campus Mandalo Darat, Jambi, Indonesia 36361 Department of Agriculture, The University of Reading, Earley Gate, PO Box 236, Reading RG6 6AT, UK
F.L. Mould
Affiliation:
Department of Agriculture, The University of Reading, Earley Gate, PO Box 236, Reading RG6 6AT, UK
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Indonesia is the world’s third largest producers of coffee with the residual coffee pulp being included in ruminant diets. However, coffee pulp has a low palatability although studies have shown that this can be increased by ensiling. In addition, coffee pulp contains anti-nutritive factors such as caffeine and tannins. Washing the residue with hot water reduces caffein concentration by about 90 % (Kiflewahid, 1982). In this study, the effects of washing and ensilage on the degradability profiles were examined by estimating gas release using the Reading Pressure Technique.

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Kiflewahid, B. 1982. An overview of research methods employed in the evaluation of by-products for use animal production. Proceedings of Workshop on Applied Research, Nairobi, Kenya.Google Scholar
Mauricio, R.M., Mould, F.L., Dhanoa, M.S., Owen, E., Channa, K.S. and Theodorou, M.K. 1999. A semi-automated in vitro gas production technique for ruminant feedstuff evaluation. Anim. Feed Sci. and Tech. 79: 321330.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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