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Studies on the out door feeding for winter season of Korean native reproductive cattle



Studies on the out door feeding for winter season of Korean native reproductive cattle



Korean Journal of Animal Sciences 29(9): 390-398



During the winters of 1979, 1980 and 1981 in an alpine region of Korea, 150 pregnant cows were housed or kept outside on open pasture or in woodland. Cows were given feed at 100 or 150% of NRC recommendation (100NRC and 150NRC, respectively). After 120 days cows given 150NRC had significantly higher weight gains than did cows given 100NRC.

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