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Silage and milk production: a comparison between soya, groundnut and single-cell protein as silage supplements



Silage and milk production: a comparison between soya, groundnut and single-cell protein as silage supplements



Grass and Forage Science 34(2): 101-106



Grass silage made in May from perennial ryegrass S24 was offered ad lib. to 12 Ayrshire cows in a 12-wk feeding experiment. The silage had a DM content of 21.7%, contained 147 g CP/kg DM and had a D-value of 64.6. In addition each cow consumed 1 kg hay/day plus supplements of dried sugar-beet pulp with (a) soyabean meal, (b) 'Pruteen' (a single-cell protein) or (c) groundnut cake. The 3 supplements each contained 250 g CP/kg DM and were offered at 2.9 kg/10 kg milk.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2494.1979.tb01453.x


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