Indian Journal of Animal Research

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R.R. Kamble, M.B. Bhosale, R.C. Sawant, N.O. Khandare·, AM. Bhosale, 8.M. Thombre
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1Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Maharashtra Agricultural University, Parbhani - 431402, India
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Cite article:- Kamble R.R., Bhosale M.B., Sawant R.C., Khandare· N.O., Bhosale AM., Thombre 8.M. (2023). GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CROSSBRED CALVES ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COW MILK PROTEIN BY SOYMILK PROTEIN. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 37(2): 110 - 112. doi: .
Eighteen crossbred calves (H.F. × Deoni) of 15 days old of both the sexes were randomly divided into three homogenous groups in respect of their body weight. These three groups were subjected to different feeding rations namely. (T1) fed complete whole milk, (T2) 30 per cent soymilk + 70 per cent whole milk and (T3) 40 per cent soymilk + 60 per cent whole cow milk. The trial was conducted for 63 days. The average daily weight gain were found to be 363.75, 334.65 and 301.58 g/day in the treatment T1, T2 and T3 respectively. The significant difference was found in total body weight gainand daily body weight gain, among the treatments. The cost per kg body weight gain was significantly higher in the treatment T1 (Rs. 48.47) than T2 (Rs. 39.14) and T3 (Rs. 37.80) treatments. Forty per cent replacement of cow milk protein by soymilk protein was found to be economical without any ill effect on the health of calves.
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