The Effect of Wheat Straw Treated with Different Chemicals on Ruminal Fermentation in Angora Goats
In this trial, the effects of wheat straws-which is commonly used for feeding ruminants both as roughage and balast matter source-treated with different concentrations HCI (20%, 30% HCI), (S+20-HCI, S+30-HCI) HCI (20%, 30% HCI) + Urea (S+20-HCl+Ü, S+30-HCl+Ü) and Urea (4%) (S+Ü) using ruminal cannules fitted four Angora Goat Bucks on ruminal fermentation were investigated. The avarage pH values of ruminal liquid were found the highest in group S and the lovest in group S+20-HCI+U (p
Straw, Chemical treatment, Ruminal Fermentation, Diaminopimelic Acid.
ÇAKMAK, Cemal and ÇERÇİ, İ. Halil (1996) "The Effect of Wheat Straw Treated with Different Chemicals on Ruminal Fermentation in Angora Goats," Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences: Vol. 20: No. 1, Article 10. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/veterinary/vol20/iss1/10