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Short term in vitro incubations were used to evaluate the effect of fumaric acid -bentonite coupled addition on rumen fermentation effeciency. Ruminal contents from five steers were used for preparation of inoculums of mixed rumen microorganisms that were used in generatation of three treatment systems, negative control, fumaric acid treated, and fumaric acid -bentonite coupled treated. The fermentation pattern revealed that, this coupled addition was associated with an additional increase indoi:10.5539/jas.v2n2p174 fatcat:n3fs3j6xenbkdp2nbliiofp2iy