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Differences in the chemical-bromatological composition and nutritive value of Medicago arborea L. in relation to season



Differences in the chemical-bromatological composition and nutritive value of Medicago arborea L. in relation to season



Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 12(3): 205-211



In samples of Medicago arborea collected in autumn, winter and spring mean DM was 26.04, organic matter 92.88, crude protein 22.14, ether extract 7.10, nitrogen-free extract 47.87, crude fibre 15.82 and ash 7.11%. Gross energy was 20.27 MJ/kg and nutritive value 0.83 feed unit/kg. There were significant seasonal differences in protein and cell wall fibre. Other dfferences were slight.

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