Proximate and Detergent Fiber Fractions of de-Oiled African Olive (Canarium schweinfurthii Engl.) Residue: A Potential Animal Feedstuff
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Proximate and detergent fiber composition of de-oiled African olive (Canarium schweinfurthii) residue were assessed using standard laboratory analytical procedures. Proximate composition showed 17.58 ± 0.21% crude protein, 4.13 ± 0.06% crude fat, 19.99 ± 0.89% crude fiber, 8.11 ± 0.33% ash and 50.20 ± 1.19% soluble carbohydrate. Detergent fiber components were 54.74±0.0745% NDF, 38.35 ± 0.59% ADF, 14.37 ± 0.68% ADL, 23.98 ± 0.10% cellulose and 16.40 ± 0.13% hemicellulose. Quantitative compositions of proximate and detergent fiber fractions were characteristic of roughage. De-oiled African olive pulp residue is relatively fair in protein and a good source of carbohydrate and digestible fiber for animal nutrition.
- De-oiled African olive residue
- detergent fiber
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