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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Cerrados - Documentos (INFOTECA-E)
Date Issued: 2007
Type of Material: Documentos (INFOTECA-E)
Authors: GUIMARAES JUNIOR, R.
PEREIRA, L. G. R.
TOMICH, T. R.
GONÇALVES, L. C.
FERNANDES, F. D.
BARIONI, L. G.
MARTHA JUNIOR, G. B.
Additional Information: ROBERTO GUIMARAES JUNIOR, CPAC; LUIZ GUSTAVO RIBEIRO PEREIRA, CPATSA; THIERRY RIBEIRO TOMICH, CPAP; Lúcio Carlos Gonçalves, UGMG; FRANCISCO DUARTE FERNANDES, CPAC; LUIS GUSTAVO BARIONI, CPAC; GERALDO BUENO MARTHA JUNIOR, CPAC.
Title: Uréia na alimentação de vacas leiteiras.
Publisher: Planaltina, DF: Embrapa Cerrados, 2007.
Pages: 33 p.
Series/Report no.: (Embrapa Cerrados. Documentos, 186).
Language: pt_BR
Description: ABSTRACT: Urea is a non protein nitrogen compound that can be used to replace protein sources usually offered in ruminant nutrition. It is a technology that can be efficiently used in dairy cow nutrition, assuring good production levels. Taking to account the ruminant metabolism, the efficiency of urea use by ruminal microorganisms depends on the correct diet balance. Ingredients that supply adequate amounts of rumen degradable energy and protein are needed. Diets also must be corrected with minerals, especially sulphur, mixed directly to the urea. Regarding to the forms of use in the diet, urea can be supplied mixed with concentrates, roughages, in total ration or in mineral mixtures. It must be always attempted to the period of adaptation and supply levels to the animals.
Thesagro: Bovino
Composto Nitrogenado
Nutrição Animal
Dieta
Uréia
Nitrogênio não Protéico
NAL Thesaurus: dairy cattle
Data Documento: 2008-03-20
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