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The effects of protein and energy content of compound supplements offered at low levels to October-calving dairy cows given grass silage ad libitum


, : The effects of protein and energy content of compound supplements offered at low levels to October-calving dairy cows given grass silage ad libitum. Animal Production 55(2): 169-175

96 October calving, multiparous Friesian cows were given from week 2 of lactation perennial ryegrass silage ad libitum, supplemented with compound feeds, at a flat rate of 3 kg/day. Compound feeds contained crude protein (CP) 210 (LP) or 350 (HP) g/kg DM, (achieved by including fish meal at 50 and 250 kg/t, respectively) and metabolizable energy (ME) 12.8 (LE) and 14.0 (HE) MJ/kg DM, (achieved by adding protected fat at about 100 kg/t).

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DOI: 10.1017/S0003356100037429

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