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Feeding value of silage from moist wheat grain



Feeding value of silage from moist wheat grain



Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie, Zootechnika (25): 135-142



Fattening pigs, initial weight 50 kg in 3 groups of 4, were fed for 16 days preliminary period and 6 days collection period on 3.34 kg daily of silage from moist wheat grain, whole or crushed. Control pigs got 1.85 kg ground wheat. The pH value of the silage was 3.8; lactic, acetic and butyric acids were 4.78, 0.7 and 0.04%.

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