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By-products in the feeding of dairy cows



By-products in the feeding of dairy cows



World Review of Animal Production 20(3): 23-29



In experiment 1 cows in early lactation were gradually changed from a standard dairy diet to the experimental diet during 10 days. In experiment 2 cows started on the experimental diet immediately after calving, receiving 4 kg concentrate daily, increasing by 1 kg daily to 9 kg. In experiment 2, before calving, cows were given 2 kg ground barley daily.

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