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Chemical composition and feeding value of feedstuffs in the Arab Republic of Egypt. 1st report. Content of crude nutrients and feeding value


, : Chemical composition and feeding value of feedstuffs in the Arab Republic of Egypt. 1st report. Content of crude nutrients and feeding value. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 32(5/6): 369-376

Data are given on chemical composition of various plant parts and growth stages of berseem (green fodder and hay), Vicia faba, red clover, Persian clover, lucerne, elephant grass, barley, sorghum and maize, V. faba seed, barley and maize grain and wheat, rice and flax straw grown in Egypt and of various agricultural byproducts.

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