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Investigation the buffering capacity of several conventional buffer compounds in feeding of ruminant animals by acid titration method and their effect on gas production parameters

Nasrin Mahdavirad; Morteza Chaji; Mohammad Bojarpour; Mehdi Dehghan banadaki

Volume 48, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 559-571


  The aim of present experiment was to investigate the buffering capacity of some buffers or alkalizers, their effect on digestion and fermentation of high concentration diets. The concentration of 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2 g in 100 ml from different buffers and alkalizing agents including: sodium bicarbonate, ...  Read More

Effect of sainfoin as tannin source and forage: concentrate ratio on Digestibility, ruminal fermentation and milk yield and composition in milking ewes

Behrouz Yarahmadi; Morteza Chaji; Mohammad Boujarpour; Khalil Mirzadeh; Morteza Rezaei

Volume 46, Issue 4 , January 2016, , Pages 429-443


  This experiment was carried out to study the effects of sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia) as tannin source and different level of forage: concentrate ratio on digestibility, blood parameters, ruminal fermentation, milk yield and milk composition in milking ewes. Therefore, eight Lori milking ewes were ...  Read More

The comparative study of steam treated sugarcan pith by digestibility rumen anaerobic fungi in Holstein cow and Khuzestan buffalo

Fateme Shakarami; Morteza Chaji; Moosa Eslami; Tahereh Mohammadabadi; Mohammad Bojarpour

Volume 45, Issue 4 , January 2015, , Pages 297-308


  This study was conducted to compare fungi and whole rumen microorganisms (WRM) digestibility of treated sugarcane pith by fungi and of buffalos and Holstein cows. Dry matter (DM), neutral and acid detergent fiber (NDF and ADF) digestibilities of steam treated sugarcane pith (STP) by fungi and WRM were ...  Read More