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Milk composition and cheese quality on feeding high-producing cows with pelleted feed mixture during summer management

Milk composition and cheese quality on feeding high-producing cows with pelleted feed mixture during summer management

Sovremennaya tekhnologiya syrodeliya i bezotkhodnaya pererabotka moloka Materialy Vsesoyuznoi Nauchno Tekhnicheskoi Konferentsii Erevan, 14-16 noyabrya 1988 g: 117-118

A control group of 9 Holstein cows on grassland with high fertilizer levels was given traditional concentrates at 300 g/kg milk up to 20 kg milk/day and at 350 g/kg milk above this level, while a test group was given pelleted feed mixture (44% barley meal, 44% grass cuttings, 8% molasses) at 350 and 400 g/kg milk instead of these concentrate rations. This was done for 2 periods of 100-110 days.

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