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Where: NFCap = estimated content of non-fibrous carbohydrates (g/kg of DM); CP = content of CP (g/kg of DM); EE = EE content (g/kg of DM); NDFap = NDF content corrected for ash and protein (g/kg of DM).
Where: DCP = digestible CP; NDFapD = digestible NDFap; NFCapD = digestible NFCap; and DEE = digestible EE.
The treatments using the sugar cane treated with CaO showed a higher intake (p<0.01) of DM, OM, CP, NDF, NDFap, TC, NFCap and TDN (kg/d) when compared to the natural sugar cane treatment (0% CaO) Similar results were found for the intake expressed as a percentage of the body weight (BW), where the CaO-treated sugar cane was superior to the control treatment (natural sugar cane), with a higher intake (p<0.01) of the DM, OM, NDF, NDFap and TDN (Table 4).
(2006), whereas the non-fibrous carbohydrate, with corrections for the ash and protein (NFCap) contents, was calculated using the following equation proposed by Hall (2003):
The non-fiber carbohydrate content, corrected for ash and protein (NFCap), was calculated as proposed by Hall (2000): NFCap = 100-((% CP-% CP derived from urea+% urea) +% NDFap+%EE+%Ash).