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1. The rate of proteolysis in the rumen was dependent on the soluble protein used. With a sheep on a hay + concentrate diet the rates (approximately V",) for casein, Fraction I leaf protein and bovine serum albumin were 163, 3.4 and 0.9 mg protein nitrogen/l per min respectively. 2. Change of diet from hay+concentrate to fresh lucerne (Medicago sativa) increased the proteolytic rates for all three proteins. 3. Bovine submaxillary mucoprotein degraded extremely slowly in the rumen atdoi:10.1079/bjn19830103 pmid:6615765 fatcat:3j5diwlvcfazfflmf2upzci2i4