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Evaluation of seasonal productivity of forages and derivation of equations for predicting DE intake in beef steers



Evaluation of seasonal productivity of forages and derivation of equations for predicting DE intake in beef steers



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 42(11): 4366-4367



Cattle grazing in vivo and in vitro (caged animals) were used to evaluate the seasonal productivity of Bermuda grass Coastal and Common either not oversown or oversown annually with ryegrass or white clover Regal or with a combination of both spp. In vivo and in vitro estimates of digestible energy (DE) did not agree.

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