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Nutritional Evaluation And In-vitro Organic Matter Digestibility Of Sweet Sorghum (sorghum Bicolor (l.) Moench) Silage And Chicory (cichorium Intybus (l.)
Chemical composition and in vitro organic matter digestibility were evaluated in twelve diets consisting of sweet sorghum silage supplemented with 0, 10, 20, and 30% levels of chicory. The in vitro gas production properties, polyphenols, saponins, and chemical composition were determined. SAS software (version 9.4) was used to analyze the data using the general linear model of ANOVA. Significant means were separated using Tukey's Honestly Significant Difference Test at (p?0.05). The addition of chicory levels to the diets led to a significant rise (p?0.05) as per the chemical composition results.
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