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Conservation of Fodder in the Form of Silage and Hay (Feed & Fodder)
Availability of nutritious fodder throughout the year is very essential for profitable dairy farming But it varies from season to season nbsp Therefore every dairy farm must preserve the surplus fodder in the form of silage or hay nbsp The - Read Full

Fruit and Vegetable Processing Residues (Feed & Fodder)
Apple Malus pumila Processing waste Several wastes from apple processing are suitable animal feeds Apple pomace the residual material from pressing apples for juice contains pulp peels and cores Between 250 to 350 kg wet pomace are formed from each - Read Full

Scope and Limitations of Processing Waste as Fodder (Feed & Fodder)
During the last ten years there has been increased consciousness of environment pollution Dumping or burning wastes of agro industrial by products present potential air and water pollution problems Baucque and Fiems 1988 Many by products have substantial potential value - Read Full

Antinutritional Factors of Processing Waste as Fodder (Feed & Fodder)
The anti nutritive factors often act in plants and seeds as bio pesticides protecting the seed against attacks of moulds bacteria insects and birds Birk 1989 Several by products from fruits and vegetables are characterized by the presence of anti - Read Full

Nutritional Value of Fruit and Vegetable Residues (Feed & Fodder)
Cohn and Cohn 1996 reported 20 30 per cent dry matter in apple pomace Citrus pulp consists of 60 65 peel 30 35 pulp and 0 10 seeds The dry matter content of citrus pulp has been found to be - Read Full

Fruits and Vegetables Residue Based Ration (Feed & Fodder)
Dry Matter Intake and Nutrient Utilization The effect of 4 levels 0 7 14 and 21 kg cow d of fresh ripe banana peel RBP on ruminal dry matter degradability of Kikuyu and African Star grass was evaluated The addition - Read Full

Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables Residues (Feed & Fodder)
Most by products from agro industrial processing plants have high moisture content Although they are often palatable and rich in nutrient but they tend to ferment and spoil rapidly unless they are dried or processed in some other way nbsp - Read Full

Tanniniferous Feeds for Dairy Animals
Tanniniferous Feeds for Dairy Animals (Feed & Fodder)
Tannins are defined as naturally occurring water soluble polyphenol of varying molecular weight which differ from most other natural phenolic compounds in their ability to precipitate protein from solutions Spencer et al 1988 Tannins are considered as secondary substances as - Read Full


Effect of Tannins on Feed Intake and Digestibility of Nutrients (Feed & Fodder)
Tannins reduce the feed intake by decreasing palatability of the ration because of its astringent effect on oral cavity nbsp Astringent sensation arise due to binding of tannin with salivary glyco proteins which impart lubricant property to mucin Glick and - Read Full

Beneficial Effect of Tannins on Animal Production (Feed & Fodder)
Tannins can be used as chemical feed additive to reduce degradation of protein in the rumen nbsp The tannin protein complexes TPCs are less soluble and less accessible to proteolytic enzymes at the ruminal pH thereby slowing the rate of - Read Full