What are the peculiarities of the digestive process of ruminant species?

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There are millions of microbes within the rumen of cattle with food being mechanically processed via chewing and digestion being carried out by the gastrointestinal microflora. The ruminant digestive system is designed to ferment feedstuffs as well as provide a source of energy for the animal to use for basic body functions such as breathing and urinating. The role of sodium within cattle Na is the principle cation within the extracellular fluid of ruminants and...
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