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Indigestible but insulating
Straw consists of the stems and leaves of grasses obtained after the threshing and separation of the grains. Unlike hay, straw is poor in nutrients but relatively rich in cellulose, making it indigestible for animals. In livestock farming, straw is therefore rather used as a litter when cattle stay in the stables, thanks to its thermal insulation properties.
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