Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region

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Autor(a) principal: Sá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de
Data de Publicação: 2021
Outros Autores: Andrade, Albericio Pereira de, Magalhães, André Luiz Rodrigues, Valença, Roberta de Lima, Campos, Fleming Sena, Araújo, Fernando dos Santos, Araújo, Gherman Garcia Leal de
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Idioma: por
Título da fonte: Research, Society and Development
Texto Completo: https://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/12473
Resumo: Feeding ruminants in arid and semi-arid regions has always been a challenge for producers, due to the edaphoclimatic conditions in these regions. The cactus pear is configured as a strategic food resource used in animal feeding in the aforementioned regions, this forage has morphophysiological characteristics that give it adaptation, in addition to high acceptability by ruminants, the cactus pear is considered an important source of energy and water for animals in times of water and food scarcity. However, its use exclusively or in large quantities can cause metabolic disorders, so this food resource must be associated with other foods rich in fiber and protein, such as gliricidia hay, thus resulting in the silage of two foods of complementary character adapted to the semiarid environment, which supplies animals with protein, energy and fiber in times of scarcity. Although the mentioned aspects, this new technology is still little known, both in the way of executing it and in relation to the parameters that involve the consumption of such silage by animals. Therefore, this review aims to provide information on the use of palm silage in association with gliricidia hay in the feeding of ruminants.
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spelling Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid regionEnsilaje de palma forrajera con Gliricidia Sepium: alternativa alimenticia para la región semiáridaSilagem de palma forrageira com Gliricidia Sepium: alternativa alimentar para o SemiáridoSilageForage conservationGliricidia sepiumOpuntia ficus indica MillSemiarid.EnsilajeConservación de forrajesGliricidia SepiumOpuntia Ficus Indica MillSemiárido.EnsilagemConservação De ForragemGliricidia SepiumOpuntia Ficus Indica MillSemiárido.Feeding ruminants in arid and semi-arid regions has always been a challenge for producers, due to the edaphoclimatic conditions in these regions. The cactus pear is configured as a strategic food resource used in animal feeding in the aforementioned regions, this forage has morphophysiological characteristics that give it adaptation, in addition to high acceptability by ruminants, the cactus pear is considered an important source of energy and water for animals in times of water and food scarcity. However, its use exclusively or in large quantities can cause metabolic disorders, so this food resource must be associated with other foods rich in fiber and protein, such as gliricidia hay, thus resulting in the silage of two foods of complementary character adapted to the semiarid environment, which supplies animals with protein, energy and fiber in times of scarcity. Although the mentioned aspects, this new technology is still little known, both in the way of executing it and in relation to the parameters that involve the consumption of such silage by animals. Therefore, this review aims to provide information on the use of palm silage in association with gliricidia hay in the feeding of ruminants.La alimentación de rumiantes en regiones Áridas y Semiáridas siempre fue un desafío para los productores, debido a las condiciones edafoclimáticas de estas regiones. La palma forrajera se configura como un recurso alimenticio estratégico utilizado en la alimentación animal en las regiones antes mencionadas, este forraje tiene características morfofisiológicas que le otorgan adaptación, además de alta aceptabilidad por parte de rumiantes, la palma es considerada una importante fuente de energía y agua para los animales en períodos de escasez de agua y alimentos. Sin embargo, su uso exclusivo o en grandes cantidades puede provocar trastornos metabólicos, por lo que este recurso alimenticio debe estar asociado a otros alimentos ricos en fibra y proteínas, como el heno de gliricidia, resultando así el ensilaje de dos alimentos de carácter complementario adaptado al medio semiárido, que aporta proteínas, energía y fibra a los animales en tiempos de escasez. A pesar de los aspectos antes mencionados, esta nueva tecnología es aún poco conocida, tanto en la forma de ejecutarla como en relación a los parámetros que implican el consumo de dicho ensilaje por parte de los animales. Por lo tanto, esta revisión tiene como objetivo proporcionar información sobre el uso de ensilaje de palma en asociación con heno de gliricidia en la alimentación de rumiantes.A alimentação de ruminantes em regiões Áridas e Semiáridas sempre foi um desafio para os produtores, devido às condições edafoclimáticas destas regiões. A palma forrageira configura-se como um recurso alimentar estratégico utilizado na alimentação animal nas regiões supracitadas, esta forrageira possui características morfofisiológicas que lhe confere adaptação, além de elevada aceitabilidade pelos ruminantes, a palma é considerada uma importante fonte de energia e água para os animais em períodos de escassez hídrica e alimentar. Contudo, sua utilização de forma exclusiva ou em grandes quantidades pode ocasionar distúrbios metabólicos, de modo que esse recurso alimentar deve estar associado a outros alimentos ricos em fibras e proteína, como por exemplo, o feno de gliricídia, surgindo assim a silagem de dois alimentos de caráter complementar adaptados ao ambiente semiáridos, que supre os animais de proteína, energia e fibra em épocas de escassez. Apesar dos aspectos supracitados essa nova tecnologia ainda é pouco conhecida, tanto na forma de executa-la como em relação aos parâmetros que envolvem o consumo de tal silagem pelos animais. Sendo assim esta revisão tem como objetivo trazer informações sobre o uso de silagem de palma em associação ao feno de gliricídia na alimentação de ruminantes.Research, Society and Development2021-02-15info:eu-repo/semantics/articleinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersionapplication/pdfhttps://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/1247310.33448/rsd-v10i2.12473Research, Society and Development; Vol. 10 No. 2; e27210212473Research, Society and Development; Vol. 10 Núm. 2; e27210212473Research, Society and Development; v. 10 n. 2; e272102124732525-3409reponame:Research, Society and Developmentinstname:Universidade Federal de Itajubá (UNIFEI)instacron:UNIFEIporhttps://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/12473/11260Copyright (c) 2021 Moema Kelly Nogueira de Sá; Albericio Pereira de Andrade; André Luiz Rodrigues Magalhães; Roberta de Lima Valença; Fleming Sena Campos; Fernando dos Santos Araújo; Gherman Garcia Leal de Araújohttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessSá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de Andrade, Albericio Pereira deMagalhães, André Luiz Rodrigues Valença, Roberta de Lima Campos, Fleming SenaAraújo, Fernando dos Santos Araújo, Gherman Garcia Leal de2021-03-02T09:32:39Zoai:ojs.pkp.sfu.ca:article/12473Revistahttps://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/indexPUBhttps://rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/oairsd.articles@gmail.com2525-34092525-3409opendoar:2024-01-17T09:34:02.530535Research, Society and Development - Universidade Federal de Itajubá (UNIFEI)false
dc.title.none.fl_str_mv Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
Ensilaje de palma forrajera con Gliricidia Sepium: alternativa alimenticia para la región semiárida
Silagem de palma forrageira com Gliricidia Sepium: alternativa alimentar para o Semiárido
title Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
spellingShingle Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
Sá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de
Silage
Forage conservation
Gliricidia sepium
Opuntia ficus indica Mill
Semiarid.
Ensilaje
Conservación de forrajes
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
Ensilagem
Conservação De Forragem
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
title_short Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
title_full Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
title_fullStr Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
title_full_unstemmed Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
title_sort Cactus pear silage with Gliricidia Sepium: food alternative for the semiarid region
author Sá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de
author_facet Sá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de
Andrade, Albericio Pereira de
Magalhães, André Luiz Rodrigues
Valença, Roberta de Lima
Campos, Fleming Sena
Araújo, Fernando dos Santos
Araújo, Gherman Garcia Leal de
author_role author
author2 Andrade, Albericio Pereira de
Magalhães, André Luiz Rodrigues
Valença, Roberta de Lima
Campos, Fleming Sena
Araújo, Fernando dos Santos
Araújo, Gherman Garcia Leal de
author2_role author
author
author
author
author
author
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Sá, Moema Kelly Nogueira de
Andrade, Albericio Pereira de
Magalhães, André Luiz Rodrigues
Valença, Roberta de Lima
Campos, Fleming Sena
Araújo, Fernando dos Santos
Araújo, Gherman Garcia Leal de
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Silage
Forage conservation
Gliricidia sepium
Opuntia ficus indica Mill
Semiarid.
Ensilaje
Conservación de forrajes
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
Ensilagem
Conservação De Forragem
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
topic Silage
Forage conservation
Gliricidia sepium
Opuntia ficus indica Mill
Semiarid.
Ensilaje
Conservación de forrajes
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
Ensilagem
Conservação De Forragem
Gliricidia Sepium
Opuntia Ficus Indica Mill
Semiárido.
description Feeding ruminants in arid and semi-arid regions has always been a challenge for producers, due to the edaphoclimatic conditions in these regions. The cactus pear is configured as a strategic food resource used in animal feeding in the aforementioned regions, this forage has morphophysiological characteristics that give it adaptation, in addition to high acceptability by ruminants, the cactus pear is considered an important source of energy and water for animals in times of water and food scarcity. However, its use exclusively or in large quantities can cause metabolic disorders, so this food resource must be associated with other foods rich in fiber and protein, such as gliricidia hay, thus resulting in the silage of two foods of complementary character adapted to the semiarid environment, which supplies animals with protein, energy and fiber in times of scarcity. Although the mentioned aspects, this new technology is still little known, both in the way of executing it and in relation to the parameters that involve the consumption of such silage by animals. Therefore, this review aims to provide information on the use of palm silage in association with gliricidia hay in the feeding of ruminants.
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