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The predicted and observed metabolizable energy values of mixtures of maize silage and barley fed to cattle



The predicted and observed metabolizable energy values of mixtures of maize silage and barley fed to cattle



Mount, L E : Energy metabolism: 55-58



3 Hereford X Friesian steers with liveweights about 450 kg were fed at about 1.5 X maintenance on 3 mixtures of maize silage and barley. The ratios of maize silage:barley were 77:23, 53:47 and 28:72 in terms of ME.

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