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Chop length of chopped maize silage and wilted silage for dairy cattle



Chop length of chopped maize silage and wilted silage for dairy cattle



Bedrijfsontwikkeling 14(4): 293-294



In 3 trials there were no significant differences in yield or protein content of milk between cows on chopped maize silage with chop lengths of about 5 vs. 16 mm, but in one of the trials the shorter chop length resulted in milk of lower fat content.

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