60th Annual Meeting of European Federation of Animal Science , 2009-08-25

Title : ( Assessment of nutritional values of Caraway seed pulp (CSP) by in situ and in vitro technique )

Authors: mohammad mahdi moheghi , Abdol Mansour Tahmasbi , Abbas Ali Naserian , Ali Asghar Aslaminejad , mohsen kazemi ,

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Factors obstruct animal production in Afghanistan, as well as other countries are numerous and serious. Among of them unstable price and shortage of some of the conventional protein sources. Caraway seed pulp (CSP) is a major agro-industrial by-product from extract herb factory. The CSP are high in protein and fat with reported ether extract (EE) of 6%, CP of 15.2%, ADF of 51% and NDF of 55%. Because of the nutrient content, CSP appear to be a desirable feed ingredient in ruminant nutrition. The ruminal degradability of dry matter in CSP were estimated up to 48 h in three rumen fistulaed Holstein steer using the mobile nylon bag method. Treated Samples of CSP with PEG and urea were also fermented using Menk and Steingass gas production technique up to 96 h . Samples were run in duplicate in two separate runs. The estimated parameters of degradability\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s of DM indicated that CSP had high potential of degradability . The quickly degradable DN fraction (a) was 25.41 and potentially degradable DM fraction (b) of CSP was 55.15. Cumulative gas production after 96 h incubation had no affected by PEG or urea although amount of gas produced in CSP containing PEG was 18% higher that control group.

Keywords

, Caraway, insitue,
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@inproceedings{paperid:1010700,
author = {Moheghi, Mohammad Mahdi and Tahmasbi, Abdol Mansour and Naserian, Abbas Ali and Aslaminejad, Ali Asghar and Kazemi, Mohsen},
title = {Assessment of nutritional values of Caraway seed pulp (CSP) by in situ and in vitro technique},
booktitle = {60th Annual Meeting of European Federation of Animal Science},
year = {2009},
location = {Barcelona},
keywords = {Caraway; insitue; invitro},
}

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%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Assessment of nutritional values of Caraway seed pulp (CSP) by in situ and in vitro technique
%A Moheghi, Mohammad Mahdi
%A Tahmasbi, Abdol Mansour
%A Naserian, Abbas Ali
%A Aslaminejad, Ali Asghar
%A Kazemi, Mohsen
%J 60th Annual Meeting of European Federation of Animal Science
%D 2009

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