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Generally, wet digesta load in the reticulo-rumen, omasum and abomasum were 92.2%, 4.1%, and 3.7% of the total foregut wet digesta load, respectively, for sheep fed on IRQ. Sheep fed on PRQ had 89.9%, 3.6%, and 6.5% of the total foregut wet digesta load in the reticulo-rumen, omasum and abomasum, respectively.
The RF (kg NDF/100 kg BW) was 26% higher for sheep fed on IRQ compared to those fed on PRQ.
The regression relationship between the dry rumen load (Y) and duration after feeding (X) (h) was: Y = 3.285 ([+ or -] 0.0775)-0.0583([+ or -] 0.00570) X (n = 4, root mean square error = 0.0999) for sheep fed IRQ (Figure 1).
The regression relationship between the proportion of dry rumen load (Y) and duration after feeding (X) (h) was: Y = 1.00([+ or -] 0.015)-0.018([+ or -] 0.0013)X (n = 5, root mean square error = 0.0248) for sheep fed IRQ (Figure 2).
The exponential relationship between the proportion of rumen load (Y) and duration after feeding (X) (h) was: Y = [1.00.sup.8e-0023X] (IRQ) and Y = [1.0006.sup.e-0007X] (PRQ).
Rumen NDF fill (kg/100 kg BW) was 34% higher for goats fed on SIRQ compared to those fed on IRQ. There was a general tendency for wet, dry, and NDF loads (kg/100 kg BW) in the rumen to increase as the day progressed from morning to evening.
Grass stalks from IRQ and SIRQ tend to be softer than those from PRQ, hence goats are more likely to select them.
In this study, high fractional passage rate of solids through the rumen were due to IRQ supplying extra non-protein nitrogen from urea compared to the PRQ.