Effect of Conservation Technic and Storage Period on the Fiber Content: NDF ADF ADL for Sugar Beet Pulp


  • Alami Lamiae
  • Salmaoui Souad
  • Abdelkhalek Oussama
  • Ali El Moujahid
  • Abderrahim Hassani
  • Otmani Manar
  • Mohamed Mbarki




Sugar beet pulp, silage, drying, NDF, ADF, ADL.


To preserve a fodder supposes to stabilize it as well as possible, in order to be able to store it several weeks or several months without it not deteriorating and that it preserves its initial food value at the fresh state. This stabilization can be obtained by dry mode or by silage process. The objective of this article was to present in which degree these various techniques will modify the food value of fodder and more precisely the contents of parietal components; we evoked in our case pressed sugar beet pulp, dehydrated pulp in the form of pellets and ensiled pulp. The got results made it possible to deduce in the case of the ensilage which the microbial activity favored the hydrolysis of the most soluble substances of fiber during fermentation that and by consequence it cause a drop in the content of fiber to neutral detergent NDF and of Hemicellulose on the other hand this lactic fermentation made increase the content of cellulose, ADF and lignin. Also the values of the NDF, the ADF and the ADL are higher in the silages in balls of 450Kg by comparing them with the bags of ensilages of 50Kg on the other hand the contents of hemicellulose and cellulose is slightly lower in the balls of 450 kg than in the bags of 50 kg. This study as made it possible to say as the contents of the ADF, the NDF, the ADL, cellulose and hemicellulose in the pulp preserved by silage are approximate to the contents of pulp on the outlet side of the press (T0) and are higher than the contents in pellets 


How to Cite

Alami Lamiae, Salmaoui Souad, Abdelkhalek Oussama, Ali El Moujahid, Abderrahim Hassani, Otmani Manar, & Mohamed Mbarki. (2018). Effect of Conservation Technic and Storage Period on the Fiber Content: NDF ADF ADL for Sugar Beet Pulp. International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering (IJASRE), ISSN:2454-8006, DOI: 10.31695/IJASRE, 4(6`), 1–7. https://doi.org/10.31695/IJASRE.2018.32669