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dc.contributor.authorMoralejo, Ricardo Horacio
dc.contributor.authorPeratta, Delia
dc.contributor.authorSierro, Marcelo Rubén
dc.contributor.authorGiorgis, Alberto Osvaldo
dc.contributor.authorGenero, Gabriel Alberto
dc.contributor.authorLópez Alvarez, Germán
dc.contributor.authorPiccini, Juan Pablo
dc.contributor.authorTobal, Claudio Fabián
dc.date.accessioned2021-10-25T17:17:04Z
dc.date.available2021-10-25T17:17:04Z
dc.date.issued2016-03
dc.identifier.urihttps://repo.unlpam.edu.ar/handle/unlpam/7403
dc.description.abstractIn this study the technical and eco - nomic feasibility of using ground sorghum grain in diets for breeding isoproteic to corral Brit - ish breed calves tested. They were grouped by body weight and assigned to three treat - ments (T) based on grain sorghum (GS) with different protein sources for 80 days: Grain sorghum (57.96%) with Sunflower Pellet (G) (32, 04%) TI (GSG); Grain sorghum (67.95%) with Pellet soy (S) (22.05%) TII (GSS); Grain sorghum (3.87%) with wheat bran (A) (86.13%) TIII (GSA). The intake of dry matter (DM) had significant differences (P <0.027); the higher DM intake (7.16 kg. /d) was for TI (GSG). The daily weight gains were significantly different (P <0.0116) throughout the study for TI (GSG) and TIII (GSA) respectively. The cost ($ / day / kg daily gain) treatment TIII (GSA) was lower than the other two treatments TI and TII GSG GSS. It was concluded that using grain sorghum isopro - teic diets in rearing calves the best production results were achieved when mixed with pellet sunflower or soy as a protein source.
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dc.rightsAtribución-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 2.5 Argentina (CC BY-NC-SA 2.5 AR)
dc.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/ar/
dc.sourcehttps://repo.unlpam.edu.ar/handle/unlpam/4233
dc.titleEvaluación de dietas isoproteicas utilizando grano de sorgo en terneras de recría
dc.typeartículo
dc.unlpam.doihttps://doi.org/10.19137/cienvet20141616
dc.unlpam.instituciondeorigenFacultad de Ciencias Veterinarias
dc.unlpam.seccionArtículos de Investigación
dc.unlpam.accessopenAccess
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dc.unlpam.filiacionMoralejo, Ricardo Horacio. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionPeratta, Delia. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionSierro, Marcelo Rubén. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionGiorgis, Alberto Osvaldo. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionGenero, Gabriel Alberto. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionLópez Alvarez, Germán. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionPiccini, Juan Pablo. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.unlpam.filiacionTobal, Claudio Fabián. Universidad Nacional de La Pampa; Argentina.
dc.subject.keywordfeedlot
dc.subject.keywordrearing
dc.subject.keywordcalves
dc.subject.keywordnutrition
dc.subject.keywordsorghum
dc.subject.palabraclaveengorde a corral
dc.subject.palabraclaverecría
dc.subject.palabraclaveterneras
dc.subject.palabraclavenutrición
dc.subject.palabraclavesorgo
dc.source.revistaunlpamCiencia Veterinaria. 2014; vol.16 no.1


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