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Vine shoots in cattle feeding. 2. Feeding trials with Friesian heifers

, : Vine shoots in cattle feeding. 2. Feeding trials with Friesian heifers. Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 5(1): 29-36

2. From 4 months old to 270 kg liveweight 3 groups of 10 Friesian heifers were given concentrates based on maize meal with hay 1.5 increasing to 3.6, or 1.0 increasing to 2.4 kg, or no hay.

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