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Abstract The influence of rapeseed oil on digestibility, energy metabolism and tissue composition in growing pigs was determined. Rapeseed oil (0, 4, 8 and 16%) was added to a soyabean meal and barley basal diet. Essential amino acids relative to net energy (NE) were kept constant by adjusting...
Abstract The properties of isolated sheets of bovine rumen epithelium in the Ussing chamber system were studied. The viability and time-dependent change in performance, as expressed by electrical parameters, was acceptable and comparable to what has been obtained with other epithelia in vitro....
Abstract Herbage intake by strip-grazed dairy cows was estimated, using chromic oxide as marker, during experimental periods covering different parts of the grazing season, different sward heights and different years. Herbage mass, herbage composition and the milk yield, live weight, lactation...
Abstract The objectives were to study fodder galega concerning (1) its composition, digestibility and feeding value, (2) the relationship between the concentration of in vitro organic matter disappearance (IVOMD) and the concentration of in vivo digestibility of organic matter (DOM), and between...
Abstract Full-scale experiments with cooling of raw milk of good initial quality from a herd of 70 dairy cows have been performed under practical farm conditions, with different cooling and storage conditions, including instant cooling in a continuous process versus normal cooling in a batch...
Abstract It is of great importance to be able quantitatively to evaluate the stress to which captive fur animals are subjected to by various forms of management. A range of haematological and hormonal parameters have been shown to be good indicators of stress. However, blood sampling, which...
Abstract The preferences of juvenile farmed silver foxes (n = 14) and blue foxes (n = 12) for an empty cage (105L × 115W × 70H cm) and a cage of equal size with a wooden nest box were assessed in an 11-day preference test. The silver foxes spent a higher percentage of their time (86 ± 8%) in the...
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