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Differential feeding of cows in relation to their stage of lactation



Differential feeding of cows in relation to their stage of lactation



Zhivotnovodstvo (6): 39-41



To maximize the effectiveness of feed utilization, Black Pied cows were separated into 6 groups, viz. postnatal period, 1 to 20 days lactation; 1st period of lactation, 20 to 120 days after calving; 2nd period of lactation, 121 to 210 days after calving; 3rd period of lactation, 211 to 305 days after calving; period before culling; and the dry period. The diets for all groups contained 18 to 23% roughages, 33 to 46% succulent feeds, 44 to 22% mixed feeds and 5 to 9% of other feeds.

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