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Studies on energy metabolism in buffalo calves

By: Sehjpal, A K.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1977Subject(s): Dairy-Cattle-PhysiologyDissertation note: M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1977 Rao, M V N Summary: The effect of feeding three levels of TDN (100% 115% and 130% sen & ray standard 1964) on growth of buffalo calves has been recorded. The overage increase in weight for all the three groups has been recorded. The dry matter consumption in buffalo calves ranged from 2.23 kg to 2.86 kg per 100 kg body weight per day in all the groups with an groups 1, 11, 111 respectively. The corresponding average digestability co-efficiats were 58.8, 62.0 and 66.4. There was observed a significant difference in the digestability co efficients of ether extract due to different treatments. There was also observed significant effect 10 digestability of total carbohydrate in different treatments due to three levels of energy in the ration. THe growth performance in group 111 was significantly high as compared to first two groups. Buffalo calves did not show any significant difference in body composition.
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M.Sc. Thesis Kurukshetra University 1977 Rao, M V N

The effect of feeding three levels of TDN (100% 115% and 130% sen & ray standard 1964) on growth of buffalo calves has been recorded. The overage increase in weight for all the three groups has been recorded. The dry matter consumption in buffalo calves ranged from 2.23 kg to 2.86 kg per 100 kg body weight per day in all the groups with an groups 1, 11, 111 respectively. The corresponding average digestability co-efficiats were 58.8, 62.0 and 66.4. There was observed a significant difference in the digestability co efficients of ether extract due to different treatments. There was also observed significant effect 10 digestability of total carbohydrate in different treatments due to three levels of energy in the ration. THe growth performance in group 111 was significantly high as compared to first two groups. Buffalo calves did not show any significant difference in body composition.

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