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Using of Olive Oil By-Products In Farm Animals Feeding

Authors(5) :-A. A. M. Habeeb, A. E. Gad, A. A. EL-Tarabany, M. M. Mustafa, M. A. A. Atta

Olive by-products represent an important group of feed resources for ruminants in the Mediterranean areas. Noteworthy studies have been conducted in recent years showing the potential use of the different olive byproducts in both animal performance and product quality. From these studies some practical recommendations can be highlighted as olive leaves provide half of the energy and amino acid requirements of sheep and goats at maintenance level and, if adequately supplemented, can be used as part of the forage in diets for production. It is recommended to feed olive leaves fresh rather than dried or ensiled. Olive cakes can be preserved in different ways, ensiling or incorporation into multi-nutrient blocks being the most successful developed so far the use of olive by-products rich in oil appears to increase the content of mono-unsaturated fatty acids and lower the content of saturated fatty acid in milk. However, high level of Cu in olive leaves could restrict the use of this by-product in practical feeding.
A. A. M. Habeeb, A. E. Gad, A. A. EL-Tarabany, M. M. Mustafa, M. A. A. Atta
Olive By-Products, Olive Cakes, Feed Intake, Digestibility, Blood Components.
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  Published in : Volume 3 | Issue 6 | July-August 2017
  Date of Publication : 2017-08-31
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A. A. M. Habeeb, A. E. Gad, A. A. EL-Tarabany, M. M. Mustafa, M. A. A. Atta, "Using of Olive Oil By-Products In Farm Animals Feeding", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology(IJSRST), Print ISSN : 2395-6011, Online ISSN : 2395-602X, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp.57-68, July-August-2017
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