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Feeding value of the legume component in pasture and silage



Feeding value of the legume component in pasture and silage



Proceedings of XIV International Grassland Congress, held at Lexington, Kentucky, USA, June 15-24, 1981 Smith, JA; Hays, VW Editors: 717-719



Studies in Australia showed that the fleece wt. of weaner sheep grazed on 8 pasture mixtures of varying grass spp. increased as the amount of clover in the pasture increased. The young sheep grew faster on lucerne/grass pasture than on grass/subterranean clover pasture.

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