0.906
IF5
0.875
IF
Q3
JCR
1.0
CiteScore
0.374
SJR
Q2
SJR
20
MNiSW
165.24
ICV
ORIGINAL PAPER
 
CC-BY 4.0
 
 

Chemical and nutritional characteristics of different types of DDGS for ruminants

M. Chrenková 1,  
Z. Čerešňáková 1  ,  
Z. Formelová 1,  
Z. Mlyneková 1,  
 
1
Animal Production Research Centre Nitra, Hlohovská 2, 951 41 Lužianky, Slovak Republic
J. Anim. Feed Sci. 2012;21(3):425–435
Publication date: 2012-08-29
KEYWORDS
ABSTRACT
In this study, different types of cereal grains (maize, wheat, triticale), and their respective distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS: DDGSM, DDGSW, DDGST) were used. Their effects on parameters expressing nutritional value for ruminants were assessed. The chemical composition of the DDGS was significantly differed (P<0.01), similarly as that of the cereal grains. The DDGS from maize was the highest in fat (103.5 g·kg-1 DM) but the lowest in crude protein (CP) (291.9 g·kg-1 DM) and ADF (159.9 g·kg-1 DM). All DDGS types had similar energy values (ME approx. 12.5 MJ·kg-1 DM, NEL approx. 7.5 MJ·kg-1 DM and NEV approx. 7.6 MJ·kg-1 DM). The DDGS were three times higher in PDIN values than the original grains (P<0.01). DDGSM had lower in situ effective CP degradability (46.5%) than DDGSW (58.5%) and DDGST (76.8%), but the highest and most stable intestinal digestibility (ID) of rumen undegraded CP (94.3%). The most variable intestinal digestibility was found in DDGSW samples (79.6%-92.2%). The acid detergent insoluble CP (ADICP) content (% from total CP) was significantly higher in wheat and triticale DDGS than in the original grains. There were significant plant effects on fat, ME, NEV, ADICP (P<0.01), ADF, and NADIP (P<0.05). We can conclude that all types of DDGS are a good source of CP and energy for ruminants.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR
Z. Čerešňáková   
Animal Production Research Centre Nitra, Hlohovská 2, 951 41 Lužianky, Slovak Republic
 
CITATIONS (6):
1. Effect of substituting soybean meal and canola cake with dried distillers grains with solubles at 2 dietary crude protein levels on feed intake, milk production, and milk quality in dairy cows
C. Gaillard, M.T. Sørensen, M. Vestergaard, M.R. Weisbjerg, A. Basar, M.K. Larsen, H. Martinussen, U. Kidmose, J. Sehested
Journal of Dairy Science
2. Nutrient content and nutrient availability of sorghum wet distiller's grain in comparison with the parental grain for ruminants
Ana I Trujillo, María Bruni, Pablo Chilibroste
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
3. In situ ruminal degradation characteristics of dry matter and crude protein from dried corn, high-protein corn, and wheat distillers grains
Y. H. Lee, F. Ahmadi, D. Y. Choi, W. S. Kwak
Journal of Animal Science and Technology
4. In situ ruminal degradation of amino acids and in vitro protein digestibility of undegraded CP of dried distillers’ grains with solubles from European ethanol plants
E. Westreicher-Kristen, H. Steingass, M. Rodehutscord
animal
5. Triticale
S. Meale, T. McAllister
6. Effects of adding dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) to dog diets supplemented with xylanase and protease
Larissa Risolia, Tabyta Sabchuk, Fabiane Murakami, Ananda Félix, Alex Maiorka, Simone Oliveira
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia
ISSN:1230-1388