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Intake and digestibility of tanniniferous browse species fed to sheep in three different levels of protein supply

  • P.B. Godoy (a1), I.C.S. Bueno (a1), E.F. Nozella (a1), S.L.S. Cabral Filho (a1), C. Longo (a1), J.C.S. Filho (a1), C. Costa (a1), M.S. Bueno (a1), E.Q. Vieira (a1), I. Mueller-Harvey (a1), A.L. Abdalla (a1) and D.M.S.S. Vitti (a1)...


Legume trees are potential sources of protein, vitamins and minerals. However, the presence of tannins may limit the utilization of many leguminous fodder trees and shrubs. The aim of this work was to investigate intake and apparent digestibility of three legume plants fed to sheep in iso-nitrogenous diets with three levels of crude protein (CP) supply.


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