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Different methods of sward conservation and subsequent nutrient losses



Different methods of sward conservation and subsequent nutrient losses



Soil grassland animal relationships Proceedings of 13th general meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Banska Bystrica, Czechoslovakia, June 25-29, 1990, Volume 2: 236-239



Herbage from 4 sites was conserved either as silage or as hay. Fodder quality was invariably higher in silage compared with equivalent samples of hay. Nutritive value of hay and liveweight gain of beef cattle was reduced most by drying in the field compared with use of a cold air blower.

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