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The effect of feeding in early lactation on feed intake, yields of milk, fat and protein and on live-weight change over one lactation cycle in dairy cows

The effect of feeding in early lactation on feed intake, yields of milk, fat and protein and on live-weight change over one lactation cycle in dairy cows

Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 103(3): 629-637

Adult British Friesian cows of high potential yield were randomly allocated to high (HP) or moderate (MP) levels of feeding for 20 weeks. They were then randomly allocated within treatments to controlled or ad libitum levels of feeding for the rest of the lactation. There were significant effects of feeding in the early part of lactation on the yields of milk, protein and lactose but not on milk fat or liveweight change.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0021859600043744

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