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A note on the effect of different levels of concentrate feeding with good quality fodders on the yield and composition of milk of Mountain Artillery (MA) mares



A note on the effect of different levels of concentrate feeding with good quality fodders on the yield and composition of milk of Mountain Artillery (MA) mares



Indian Journal of Dairy Science 41(4): 493-495



4 groups of 3 Mountain Artillery mares were given fresh 3:1 chaffed green maize:green cowpea ad lib. + 30 g NaCl/day together with (i) 0, (ii) 1, (iii) 2 or (iv) 4 kg concentrate mixture/day. TDN intake/day of animals given (i) to (iv) resp. was 7.66, 7.63, 7.44 and 8.88 kg, and digestible energy intake was 32.75, 33.13, 32.15 and 38.81 Mcal. Peak milk yield/day was 5.5, 6.0 and 5.5 kg in month 2 for mares given (i), (ii) and (iv) resp., and 6 kg in month 1 for mares given (iii).

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