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Research on grazing cattle in a coppice stand in Umbria

Research on grazing cattle in a coppice stand in Umbria

Montanaro d' Italia Monti e Boschi 31(2): 67-71

Three head of cattle were allowed to graze for 25 days during August in a 2.5-ha block of 20-yr-old mixed coppice in Umbria. Total consumption, calculated by the Scandinavian Forage Units method, was 346.5 units.

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