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Diets for veal calves. Proportion of concentrate, contents of net energy for growth and fattening and digestible protein in the intestine in the diet of Holstein Friesian bull calves and crossbred calves



Diets for veal calves. Proportion of concentrate, contents of net energy for growth and fattening and digestible protein in the intestine in the diet of Holstein Friesian bull calves and crossbred calves



Publikatie Proefstation voor de Rundveehouderij Schapenhouderij en Paardenhouderij ( 89): 21 pp.



From 15 weeks to slaughter at 32 weeks old, effect of proportion of concentrate and energy and protein content of the diet on feed intake, growth and slaughter quality was studied in Holstein Friesian bull calves and crossbred calves reared for alternative veal production. The calves were given 65 and 85% concentrates and maize forage. Holstein Friesians had a higher feed intake and growth than crossbred calves.

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