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Feeding value of whole raw soya beans as a protein supplement for beef cattle consuming low‐quality forages Arelovich, Hugo Mario; Lagrange, Sebastian Pablo; Torre, R.; Martinez, Marcela F.; Laborde, Hugo Eduardo (2018-02)Experiments (Exp) I and II were conducted to compare raw whole soya beans (WSB), roasted (rWSB) or other protein sources as supplements of low‐quality forages fed ad libitum to beef cattle, upon DM intake (DMI), ruminal ...
Gas production kinetics and in vitro degradability of tannin-containing legumes, alfalfa and their mixtures Lagrange, Sebastian Pablo; Lobón Ascaso, Sandra; Villalba, Juan Jose (Elsevier, 2019-06)The aim of this study was to determine in vitro ruminal degradability and gas production kinetics of sainfoin (Onobrichis viciifolia; SF), birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus; BFT), alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.; ALF) and ...
Grazing diverse combinations of tanniferous and nontanniferous legumes: implications for foraging behavior, performance, and hair cortisol in beef cattle Lagrange, Sebastian Pablo; MacAdam, Jennifer W.; Stegelmeier, Bryan; Villalba, Juan J. (American Society of Animal Science, 2021-10-17)A diversity of forages with different types and concentrations of nutrients and plant secondary compounds may lead to complementary relationships that enhance cattle performance and welfare. We determined whether grazing ...
Tannin-containing legumes and forage diversity influence foraging behavior, diet digestibility, and nitrogen excretion by lambs Lagrange, Sebastian Pablo; Villalba, Juan Jose (Oxford University Press, 2019-09)Diverse combinations of forages with different nutrient profiles and plant secondary compounds may improve intake and nutrient utilization by ruminants. We tested the influence of diverse dietary combinations of tannin- ...
The Use of Temperate Tannin Containing Forage Legumes to Improve Sustainability in Forage–Livestock Production Lagrange, Sebastian Pablo; MacAdam, Jennifer W.; Villalba, Juan J. (MDPI, 2021-11-09)Greenhouse gas emissions from ruminant livestock production systems contribute significantly to the environmental footprint of agriculture. Emissions are lower for feedlot systems than for grass-based systems primarily ...