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Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential ruminant feed - chemical composition, nylon bag ruminal degradation and ensilement of selected species



Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential ruminant feed - chemical composition, nylon bag ruminal degradation and ensilement of selected species



Journal of Animal Science 63(6): 2028-2043



Chemical composition, nylon bag ruminal degradation and the ensiling characteristics of the biomass of 10 short rotation, intensively-cultured hardwood tree species were estimated to evaluate their potential feeding value for cattle.

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