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Chemical composition, digestibility and voluntary intake of fresh or ensiled whole sunflowers



Chemical composition, digestibility and voluntary intake of fresh or ensiled whole sunflowers



Annales de Zootechnie 21(2): 147-162



Initials in the Puy de Dome (800 m altitude) in 1969 and '70 with the sunflower Peredovick and INRA 6501, during the 10 weeks between head formation and seed maturation, the contributions of the flower head and of the seeds to the total DM increased from zero to 55-60 and 33-40%, respectively. The DM and CF contents increased and ash and CP contents decreased.

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