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Improving the Nutritional Value of Fodder Materials Using Mechanical, Chemical and Biological Methods

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Ali Abdalwahab. M. Al-Kuhla


Elevated treatments of nitrogenous chemicals restrict their use in appropriate and good amounts, thus hindering animal feeding and production. In addition, urea is lost through various mechanisms, causing environmental pollution problems. The use of biological nitrogen fixation can reduce the utilization of urea-N and reduce environmental pollution. Experimental content and therapies For the purpose of making rice straw more digestible by ruminants, a number of studies have been conducted on the application of physical, mechanical, chemical, as well as biological therapies as a pre-treatment for the rice straw. Increasing the digestibility, the amount of hydrolytic enzymes, and the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio in the straw are the primary goals of any treatments. When the dynamic part of the processor is exposed, many operations can also be performed, such as increasing space. Surface and porosity, lignin structure modification, depigmentation, partial DE polymerization of hemicellulose and crystallization of cellulose. View and report on the most searched. The degradation rate of rice straw, the number of animals, milk output, and meat production can all be improved in comparison to those fed unprocessed rice straw if the straw is supplemented with protein or nitrogenous substances.

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