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Effect of lupin grain and recently cut lucerne on intake and digestibility of mature weathered herbage by Border Leicester X Merino ewes



Effect of lupin grain and recently cut lucerne on intake and digestibility of mature weathered herbage by Border Leicester X Merino ewes



Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 19(97): 156-160



The effect of lupin seed and freshly cut lucerne supplements on the free intake of mature, weathered herbage (Lolium rigidum and Trifolium subterraneum) by 14 Border Leicester X Australian Merino ewes was studied. There were 7 treatments: in 6, each supplement was given separately at 3 rates between 190 and 750 g daily and in one, no supplement was given. There were 2 replicates: one of ewes with large and the other with small free intake.

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