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Early turning out to pasture of dairy calves born in autumn. 3. Utilization of a perennial ryegrass-white clover pasture: pasture quality and animal performance

Giovanni, R.

Bulletin Technique, Centre de Recherches Zootechniques et Veterinaires de Theix 63: 43-50

1986


Accession: 001340102

During 2 years Black Pied calves in groups of 12 to 14 were reared from April to August on perennial ryegrass or perennial ryegrass with 30 to 50% white clover pasture and Dactylis pasture. Digestibility of mixed ryegrass pasture was greater and decreased less during the pasturing period than ryegrass alone. Total nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium and copper were greater in mixed pasture.

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