FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH PAPER 10
treating straw for animal feeding
of its technical and economic feasibility
professor of animal nutrition'
g.b. pant university of agriculture and technologyM
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|I.||Consultant's terms of reference…|
|II.||Summary of conclusions and recommendations…|
|III.||Assessment of technical feasibility…|
|Factors affecting the digestibility of straw…|
|Initial digestibility of straw…|
|Chemical treatment--wet methods…|
|Modified Beckmann method (To rgrimsby)…|
|Chemical treatment--dry methods…|
|Daily treatment and direct feeding…|
|Bulk treatment and stacking…|
|Bulk treatment and ensiling…|
|Bulk treatment with ammonia in stacks…|
|IV.||Assessment of economic feasibility…|
|V.||Reports on countries visited by the consultant…|
|VI.||Proposal for a co-ordinated field testing and demonstration project…|