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Milk production potential of roughage


Bericht Bundesanstalt fur Alpenlandische Landwirtschaft 18: 31-37
Milk production potential of roughage
Milk production potential of roughage is described, focusing on estimating milk production potential, milk production potential in practice, influence of botanical composition of meadow forage on milk production, influence of conservation treatment of meadow forage on performance and feed intake of the dairy cow, supplementing meadow forage diets with potatoes or fodder beet and limits of milk production potential of roughage.


Accession: 002433546



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