Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 53 issue 6 (june 2019) : 774-779

Effects of cassava pulp mixed with monosodium glutamate by-product (CPMSG) as a protein source in goat concentrate diet

Puttinan Rukboon, Somkiert Prasanpanich, Phongthorn Kongmun
1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand.
Cite article:- Rukboon Puttinan, Prasanpanich Somkiert, Kongmun Phongthorn (2018). Effects of cassava pulp mixed with monosodium glutamate by-product (CPMSG) as a protein source in goat concentrate diet. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 53(6): 774-779. doi: 10.18805/ijar.B-958.
Twelve male Crossbred goats were assigned to three dietary treatments in a completely randomized design, treatments were comprised of replacement of soybean meal with CPMSG at 0 (control), 10 and 15% in concentrate. Animals were receiving concentrate at 2.0 % of BW while pangola hay was offered ad libitum basis. BW gain, ADG and CP digestibility were significantly higher (P<0.05), in 15% CPMSG diet. Ruminal NH3-N concentration was the highest (P<0.05) in CPMSG 15% treatment, total VFA concentrations were higher in CPMSG treatments (10 and 15%) than control treatment, whereas ruminal microorganism populations were similar among treatments. It could be concluded that using CPMSG can replace 15% protein source in goat concentrate diets with increased feed intake, CP digestibility, total VFA concentrations and growth performance.
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