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Effect of feeding level of mixed ration containing alfalfa silage on the digestibility and rumen fermentation in cows






Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Station 29( 153): 17-25

Effect of feeding level of mixed ration containing alfalfa silage on the digestibility and rumen fermentation in cows

Mixed diets containing early cut lucerne silage (34% neutral detergent fibre (NDF), 21% crude protein and 67% total digestible nutrients (TDN) on a DM basis) soyabean meal and steam flaked maize with 31, 26 or 21% NDF or ground maize with 21% NDF diets 1,2, 3 and 4, respectively, were fed to 4 rumen fistulated dry cows and 4 lactating cows at 1 or 3% of body weight. At the higher plane of nutrition digestibility decreased, that of NDF by more than that of the organic cellular content.

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