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La canne à sucre et ses co-produits dans l'alimentation animale

Abstract : The whole sugar cane plant and its byproducts (leaves, cane juice, molasses and bagasse) can be valorized by livestock. Ruminants can use all products of sugar cane while monogastrics use efficiently the fractions with lower fiber content (cane juice, molasses). Whatever the animal species and products, a high nitrogen supplementation is necessary. Whole cane and its different fractions are deficient in protein. The valuation of the whole cane after fractionning (juice, leaves and bagasse) is optimal when ruminant and monogastric animals are present on a farm. Works are still needed to develop livestock production systems based on sugar cane.
Keywords : pig sugar canne molasse
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Harry Archimède, Xavier Xande, Jean-Luc Gourdine, Audrey Fanchone, Gisèle Alexandre, et al.. La canne à sucre et ses co-produits dans l'alimentation animale. CIAG 2011 Carrefours de l'innovation agronomiques, Nov 2011, Lamentin, Guadeloupe, France. 238 p. ⟨hal-02749701⟩



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