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Asian-Australas J Anim Sci > Volume 9(3); 1996 > Article
Ruminant Nutrition and Forage Utilization
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 1996;9(3): 281-285.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.1996.281    Published online June 1, 1996.
On farm demonstration of various storage methods for urea treated wheat straw
A. G. Khan, W. Ullah, A. Azim, A. Ali
On farm demonstration of urea treatment(5 kg urea dissolved in 60 litre water/100kg) of straw was performed at 6 different sites and treated straw was stored by three different methods i.e., plastic covered, mud plastered and existing farmers technique(mud plastered on the top and open from sides) to determine the best storage method in field. Untreated and treated samples were taken after 5 week storage period and subjected to crude protein, crude fibre and cell wall constituents analysis. In situ dry matter digestibility of straw was measured by nylon bag technique in buffalo bulls. Crude protein content increased by 100 to 153 percent in treated straw stored by different methods. Maximum increase in crude protein of treated straw was noticed in mud plastered method. Urea treatment of straw resulted in significant decrease in crude fibre contents in all the storage methods. Treatment of straw enhanced the in situ digestibility by 25-49 percent and maximum digestibility(53%) was found in mud plastered storage method. It was concluded that the mud plastered storage method for urea treated straw was found to be the best at farm level.
Keywords: On-Farm Demonstration; Urea Treatment; Storage Methods
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