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Effect of pasture types and endophyte infection on the animal behavior of Korean native cattle


, : Effect of pasture types and endophyte infection on the animal behavior of Korean native cattle. Journal of the Korean Society of Grassland Science 16(4): 267-274

In a field trial in 1994 the behaviour of Korean native cattle was studied on pasture containing tall fescue (with or without endophyte (Acremonium coenophialum) infection) grown alone or in a mixture with other grasses and legumes. DM intake of cattle was higher on the mixed sward and without endophyte infection. Daily grazing time was greatest on the mixture of pasture species.


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