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Calf fattening with wheat, cottonseed and corn silage



Calf fattening with wheat, cottonseed and corn silage



Panhellenic Congress of Geotechnical Research Abstracts: 68



No significant differences in mean rate of liveweight gain were found between groups of 10 male and 10 female Brown Swiss calves fattened to 400 and 320 kg liveweight, resp., on maize silage with a mixture of 45% wheat and 55% cottonseed, or maize silage and cottonseed or, as the control, a mixture of cereal grain and Medicago sativa.

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