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Effect of urea molasses mineral granules (UMMG) on rumen fermentation pattern and blood biochemical constituents in goat kids fed sola (Aeschonomene indica Linn) grass-based diet

Nisha Jain ; Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anjora, Chhattisgarh, India
Sita Prasad Tiwari ; Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anjora, Chhattisgarh, India
Pushpraj Singh ; Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anjora, Chhattisgarh, India


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A study was conducted on twenty graded jamunapari goat kids fed on four different groups. Group I was fed solely on roughage, i.e. sola (Aeschonomene indica Linn) grass hay and rice straw (70:30). Groups II, III and IV were fed on de-oiled rice bran (100 g/d), urea molasses mineral granules (50 g/d) and urea molasses mineral granules (50 g/d) plus fi sh meal (25 g/d). The experiment lasted for 105 days. The effect of supplementing urea molasses mineral granules and fi shmeal was studied on rumen parameters, viz. microbial protein, bacterial and
protozoal biomass and blood biochemical constituents, viz. BUN, plasma creatinine, glucose, total protein, Ca and P. Enzymatic activity for alkaline phosphatase, aspartate transaminase and alanine transaminase were also measured. The microbial protein synthesis was higher in group III (42.94 g/100 ml) and IV (57.04 g/100 ml) as compared to control (I) and II. There was a signifi cant improvement of bacterial biomass (0.057 g/100 ml) and (0.082 g/100 ml). Similarly, bacterial and protozoal populations also become affected due to supplementation of
fermentable-N and bypass protein, like fishmeal in the diet. The BUN was signifi cantly (P<0.05) higher in group III (28.88 mg/100 ml) and IV (30.35 mg/100 ml) compared to control (I) and group II. Similarly, the activity of alkaline phosphatase was found to be higher in group III (29.77KA units) and IV (44.26 KA units), reflecting the better growth of kids in these groups. Other enzymatic activities were found to be unaffected. Concentration of plasma calcium and inorganic phosphorus were significantly (P<0.05) increased in groups III (9.85 and 9.93 mg/ 100 ml) and IV (7.57 and 8.31 mg/100 ml) compared to other groups. It is inferred that supplementation of fermentable-N and fishmeal in a catalytic amount increases the activity of bacterial and protozoal populations, some blood components and enzymatic activity which could support the growth of kids.

Ključne riječi

goat kids, Capra hircus, blood parameters, urea, sola, Aeschonomene indica, rumen Fermentation

Hrčak ID:

25269

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/25269

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