Effects of Fermented feed with Agricultural by-products on the Growth Performance and Nutrients Utilization in Fattening Korean Black Goats
농산부산물 발효사료 급여가 비육흑염소의 생산성 및 영양소 이용율에 미치는 영향

Sun-Ho Choi, Soon HwangBo, Sang-Woo Kim, Young-Moo Cho, Yeoung-Hee Yoo, Tae-Il Kim, Maeong-Joung Kim, Sang-Min Lee, Chang-Weon Choi, Byeong-Bu Seo, Ik-Hwan Jo, Seonng-Gu Hong
2012 Journal of The Korean Society of Grassland and Forage Science  
This study was conducted to investigate the feeding fermented agro-industrial by-products on estimating the productivity and nutrient utilization of fattening black goats. Four experimental groups were set up with each of 6 animals for a 30 days feeding trial on growth performance and 12 black goats on nutrient digestibility were allocated to 4 groups of 3 animals each by latin-square design, control (offered concentrate and rice straw) and 3 treatment groups (offered fermentation feed and rice
more » ... straw). Average daily gain (ADG) showed a significant high in control group, T3 was lower than other groups (p<0.05). DM and OM intake (kg/head) were 718.8, 680.9 g and 634.2~699.2 g, 602.8~660.4 g for control and treatment groups, respectively. As increasing of rice bran content was decreased feed intake. Digestibility of DM and OM for control group were significantly higher than treatment groups (p<0.05), and T3 treatment group with 30% rice bran was the lowest among treatment groups. Nitrogen retention was significantly higher in control and T1 groups. Thus, these results showed that productivity and nutrient utilization were similar between fermentation feeds with agricultural by-products and commercial feeds. However, this study was suggested that it must contain less than 5.0% crude fat because of feed efficient was decreased by increasing of rice bran content. (
doi:10.5333/kgfs.2012.32.1.49 fatcat:ijudsilpujednn5h77oextrlp4