Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition – 1980. Studies in the by William Haresign

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Values for EAAU can be calculated from the published data of Black, 1968; Black et aL9 1970 and Egan and Black, 1968 (see Oldham, 1979 for more detail). 9. They are the only ones available for individual amino acids in cows, but milk yields were low (<15 £/day) and it is unlikely that production was protein-limited. Urea production as a measure of amino acid oxidation. This method has been used and discussed by Bruckental, Oldham and Sutton (1980). In addition to the problems already mentioned there are some additional considerations.

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