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crude protein

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This fact may explain the low crude protein content obtained at high concentration of NaOH.
For example, a good untreated silage with a crude protein content of 15pc will typically end up with around half available as true protein.
Where: Y ijk = percentage weight loss, moisture content, dry matter and crude protein digestibility; [mu] = overall mean, Bi = Blend effect, Rj = Replicate effect and [epsilon] ijk = residual error.
Concentrations of analyzed or reactive lysine, but not crude protein, may predict the concentration of digestible lysine in distillers dried grains with solubles fed to pigs.
The moisture, fat and crude protein contents of the burgers are presented in Tables 5 and 6.
Based on a well-balanced protein supply, these diets average just 17pc crude protein (compared with the 18 to 19pc protein diets favoured historically), promoting excellent rumen health, improved feed utilisation and flatter lactation curves - with a bonus this year of saving on protein costs.
0 kg/animal (Table 1) of a supplement containing 300 g of crude protein (CP)/kg dry matter (DM) composed of soybean meal (200 g/kg), cottonseed meal (200 g/kg), corn (285 g/kg), sorghum (285 g/kg) and urea:ammonium sulfate in 9:1 ratio (30 g/kg).
Proximate composition of the moisture content, total ash, crude fat, crude fibre and crude protein of the whole grain BH-660 maize, starch and dextrose were determined by AOAC official methods of 44.
2008) found that the free-range chickens had a significantly higher percentage of breast, crude protein content, meat shear force values and chewiness, but significantly less crude fat content, meat L value, hardness and fracturability compared with conventional chickens.