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Increasing the productivity of cows by using complete feed mixtures

Kormlenie i soderzhanie krupnogo rogatogo skota: 23-26

Increasing the productivity of cows by using complete feed mixtures

Feed mixtures were prepared using new formulas developed to meet the developments in feed production in West Siberia, USSR, and increase the biological value of feeds for animals. In the feed mixtures for dry cows the amount of wheat was reduced to 20-25% and that of oat and peas increased, and a protein-vitamin supplement containing Eprin was included at 7%.

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