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The effects of processing of barley-based supplements on rumen pH, rate of digestion of voluntary intake of dried grass in sheep

The British Journal of Nutrition

Nov 1, 1975

E R Orskov, Cira Fraser

PMID: 36

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1. In one experiment the effect on rumen pH of feeding with restricted amounts of whole or pelleted barley was studied. With whole barley there was little variation in rumen pH associated with feeding time, but with pelleted barley the pH decreased from about 7-0 before feeding to about...read more

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Rumen
Dall Sheep
Digestion
Metazoa
Gastric Juice
Barley extract
Animal Feed (Substance)
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Domestic Sheep
Hordeum
70
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    The British Journal of Nutrition

    Nov 1, 1975

    E R Orskov, Cira Fraser

    PMID: 36

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    1. In one experiment the effect on rumen pH of feeding with restricted amounts of whole or pelleted barley was studied. With whole barley there was little variation in rumen pH associated with feeding time, but with pelleted barley the pH decreased from about 7-0 before feeding to about...read more

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    Rumen
    Dall Sheep
    Digestion
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    Gastric Juice
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