Over time, this has led the digestive tract to adapt to this unique behaviour.This adaptation allows for the grinding of raw materials to a critical particle size (normally not larger than 1mm) before entering in the small intestine. This demonstrates that the digestive tract can adapt to changes in the diet.
In summary, natural feed behaviour implies coarse particles, fibrous stuff and intermittent feeding.
Also, sudden changes in availability of raw materials can also provoke a reduction in feed consumption.
An optimal functioning gastrointestinal tract is key to reaching and maintaining maximum performance.
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