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Nutritive quality of green, fibrous and moist forages for ruminants

, : Nutritive quality of green, fibrous and moist forages for ruminants. Lucrari Stiintifice, Institutul Agronomic Timisoara, Zootehnie 17: 11-13

Values for DM, ash, crude protein, crude ether extract, crude cellulose, nitrogen-free extract, digestibility of organic matter, feed units, digestible energy and protein digestibility for green or semi-dried Lolium multiflorum, semi-dried lucerne, rye silage, lucerne silage, ryegrass hay, lucerne hay and clover hay produced in Romania in 1979 are given.

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