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Factors controlling intake and utilization of tall fescue and big bluestem by grazing cattle



Factors controlling intake and utilization of tall fescue and big bluestem by grazing cattle



Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 50(7): 2694B



Means of optimizing forage utilization by determining intake, forage digestibility and performance when cattle grazed cool- or warm-season grass pastures during midsummer were evaluated. Use of mefluidide reduced available tall fescue (TF) DM and OM throughout the growing season (May to Sep.); however, seasonal averages of N, in vitro OM disappearance (OMD), Ca and P were greater and NDF lower in mefluidide-treated herbage.

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