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The effect of growth stage on yield and nutritional quality of Lupinus angustifolius when grazed by lambs



The effect of growth stage on yield and nutritional quality of Lupinus angustifolius when grazed by lambs



Proceedings of the Fourth International Lupin Conference: 301



Spring sown L. angustifolius Uniharvest was grazed by weaner lambs at pre-flowering, flowering, secondary flowering and at the green pod stage. DM on offer rose from 510 g/msuperscript 2 at pre-flowering to 1000 g/msuperscript 2 at the green pod stage. At all stages of plant growth, leaf material was grazed preferentially followed by flowers and pods. Following grazing the lambs left 200-300 g DM/msuperscript 2, the amount increasing as plants matured.

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