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The In-vitro Organic Matter Digestibility Of Rhodes Grass Hay Supplemented With Different Levels Of Chicory; With Or Without Yeast (saccharomyces Cerevisiae) And Evaluation Of Growth
This study evaluated the in-vitro organic matter digestibility of Rhodes grass hay supplemented with different levels of Chicory- with or without brewer's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). The feeds were formulated into eight diets and offered using a CRD with a (4x2) factorial design. The diets were Rhodes grass hay and chicory supplementation at (T1:0, T2:10, T3:20, and T4:30%) as the main effects and yeast (+) and without yeast (-) as interaction levels. The proximate analysis was done to determine the chemical composition of the ingredients in terms of dry matter (DM), crude protein (CP), ether extract (EE), organic matter (OM), and ash using the AOAC's recommended methods.
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