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Forage (forage) cereals are the basis of the diet in many livestock sectors. Among the grain fodder, oats occupy a special place - a valuable plant food that provides good growth dynamics. Herbivores, due to its introduction into the diet, significantly increase the consumption of starch (by 45%) and protein (by 12%). Due to the huge benefits, oats should definitely be introduced into the diet of young animals. To improve the nutritional value, it is allowed (no more than 15%) to dilute it with other grains. So, its naked modification is recognized as a more valuable product due to the greater amount of starch, protein, fats. The dietary fine-grained starch included in its composition turns the feed into such, which significantly increases the amount of natural growth and milk yield.

Calorie content and composition

Satisfying the natural needs of animals for nutrients, feed oats have a reference energy value. For one calculated abstract feed unit, such an amount is taken, with the use of which the increase in herbivores is 150 g of fat. Following the formula for general energy nutrition: 1 kg of grain feed oats = 1 feed unit.

In turn, this amount is equal to 3160 - 3510 kcal, and also contains:
Fat - 9.54%;
Dietary fiber - 60%;
Carbohydrates - 43.05%;
Water - 0.53% ;
Proteins — 12.2%.

The main value of oats are also vitamins, macronutrients, microelements, digestible carbohydrates, amino acids, fatty acids. Being filmy or naked, feed oats can have a different composition of the main nutrients.

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