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Digestibility of feed components and N-balance of wethers kept on meadow grass conserved by different methods



Digestibility of feed components and N-balance of wethers kept on meadow grass conserved by different methods



Allattenyesztes es Takarmanyozas 34(2): 161-165



Digestibility and N balance experiments were carried out with wethers fed on preserved meadow grass as hay, wilted grass silage, unwilted grass silage or a mixture of dried grass and hay. The method of preservation did not significantly affect DM digestibility or OM and crude fibre contents.

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