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Diets with hay or silage and contamination of milk: effect of the method of removing silage from silos



Diets with hay or silage and contamination of milk: effect of the method of removing silage from silos



Informatore Agrario 46(27): 29-35



Spores of Clostridium were estimated in feeds, faeces and milk of 2 groups of high- and low-yielding dairy cows given during 3 successive periods, diets with maize silage removed daily from the front of trench silos, from the front of half the silos, alternately, for periods of about 8 days or from constantly renewed areas of external and basal layers of the silo mass. During the 4th period cows were given diets without silage.

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