Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures

The objective was to evaluate intake and digestibility of nutrients, as well as milk production and composition of the milk from F1 Holstein × Gyr cows kept on pasture, supplemented with sugarcane and concentrate (28% CP). Five cows with 150±14 lactation days and average milk production of 7.1±2.1 k...

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Main Authors: Vinícius Raimundi Andrade, Fernando de Paula Leonel, Severino Delmar Junqueira Villela, Juliana do Carmo Carvalho, Raphael Pavesi Araújo, Jonas Marco de Carvalho, Henrique Valentim Nunes Machado, Joanis Tilemahos Zervoudakis
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Published: Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia 2015-02-01
Series:Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
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spelling doaj-446bedb6675841aeb99666a67df9fef42020-11-24T23:58:10ZengSociedade Brasileira de ZootecniaRevista Brasileira de Zootecnia1806-92902015-02-01442374310.1590/S1806-92902015000200001S1516-35982015000200037Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pasturesVinícius Raimundi AndradeFernando de Paula LeonelSeverino Delmar Junqueira VillelaJuliana do Carmo CarvalhoRaphael Pavesi AraújoJonas Marco de CarvalhoHenrique Valentim Nunes MachadoJoanis Tilemahos ZervoudakisThe objective was to evaluate intake and digestibility of nutrients, as well as milk production and composition of the milk from F1 Holstein × Gyr cows kept on pasture, supplemented with sugarcane and concentrate (28% CP). Five cows with 150±14 lactation days and average milk production of 7.1±2.1 kg/day were distributed in a 5 × 5 Latin square design. The treatments were: soybean meal-based concentrate; soy bean-based concentrate; ground soybean-based concentrate; roasted soybean-based concentrate; and ground, roasted soybean-based concentrate. Dry matter (DM), organic matter, crude protein (CP), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), total carbohydrates and total digestible nutrients intakes were not affected by the diet, but ether extract intake was higher for the animals fed soy bean-based diets than those fed soybean meal. The digestibility of DM, NDF and CP did not differ. The corrected milk yield differed between treatments; animals on the treatment with soy bean-based concentrate had the lowest production in relation to the others, which did not differ from each other. There was no difference between treatments for milk composition. Thus, soybean meal can be replaced by ground soy beans or roasted soy beans (ground or whole) in diets for low-yield cows reared on Brachiaria decumbens pastures with no harm to milkproduction or composition. Therefore, the use of these alternative raw materials is recommended whenever their inclusion represents lower feeding costs.http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1516-35982015000200037&lng=en&tlng=enalternative feedsintakemilk compositionmilk yield
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author Vinícius Raimundi Andrade
Fernando de Paula Leonel
Severino Delmar Junqueira Villela
Juliana do Carmo Carvalho
Raphael Pavesi Araújo
Jonas Marco de Carvalho
Henrique Valentim Nunes Machado
Joanis Tilemahos Zervoudakis
spellingShingle Vinícius Raimundi Andrade
Fernando de Paula Leonel
Severino Delmar Junqueira Villela
Juliana do Carmo Carvalho
Raphael Pavesi Araújo
Jonas Marco de Carvalho
Henrique Valentim Nunes Machado
Joanis Tilemahos Zervoudakis
Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
alternative feeds
intake
milk composition
milk yield
author_facet Vinícius Raimundi Andrade
Fernando de Paula Leonel
Severino Delmar Junqueira Villela
Juliana do Carmo Carvalho
Raphael Pavesi Araújo
Jonas Marco de Carvalho
Henrique Valentim Nunes Machado
Joanis Tilemahos Zervoudakis
author_sort Vinícius Raimundi Andrade
title Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
title_short Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
title_full Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
title_fullStr Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
title_full_unstemmed Soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
title_sort soybean in different forms of processing in the feeding of crossbred cows on brachiaria grass pastures
publisher Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia
series Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
issn 1806-9290
publishDate 2015-02-01
description The objective was to evaluate intake and digestibility of nutrients, as well as milk production and composition of the milk from F1 Holstein × Gyr cows kept on pasture, supplemented with sugarcane and concentrate (28% CP). Five cows with 150±14 lactation days and average milk production of 7.1±2.1 kg/day were distributed in a 5 × 5 Latin square design. The treatments were: soybean meal-based concentrate; soy bean-based concentrate; ground soybean-based concentrate; roasted soybean-based concentrate; and ground, roasted soybean-based concentrate. Dry matter (DM), organic matter, crude protein (CP), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), total carbohydrates and total digestible nutrients intakes were not affected by the diet, but ether extract intake was higher for the animals fed soy bean-based diets than those fed soybean meal. The digestibility of DM, NDF and CP did not differ. The corrected milk yield differed between treatments; animals on the treatment with soy bean-based concentrate had the lowest production in relation to the others, which did not differ from each other. There was no difference between treatments for milk composition. Thus, soybean meal can be replaced by ground soy beans or roasted soy beans (ground or whole) in diets for low-yield cows reared on Brachiaria decumbens pastures with no harm to milkproduction or composition. Therefore, the use of these alternative raw materials is recommended whenever their inclusion represents lower feeding costs.
topic alternative feeds
intake
milk composition
milk yield
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