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Improving milk production from the main roughages in Chugoku area. V. The effect of the ratio of Italian ryegrass silage to concentrate on milk production in mid-lactation



Improving milk production from the main roughages in Chugoku area. V. The effect of the ratio of Italian ryegrass silage to concentrate on milk production in mid-lactation



Bulletin of Hyogo Prefectural Experiment Station of Animal Husbandry (16): 37-40



In a 3 X 3 Latin square design trial with 21-day periods 6 cows were given rations in which Italian ryegrass supplied about 80, 65 or 50% of DM (60, 45 or 35 kg fresh matter daily), and concentrate (crude protein 17.1%) supplied 20, 35 or 50%.

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