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Nutritional studies on some green forages in Egypt. 4 - Digestibility and nutritive values of four successive cuts of Teosinte (Euchlaena mexicana Schard) by sheep and performance of lactating Friesian cows fed rations containing Teosinte ad libitum


Nutritional studies on some green forages in Egypt. 4 - Digestibility and nutritive values of four successive cuts of Teosinte (Euchlaena mexicana Schard) by sheep and performance of lactating Friesian cows fed rations containing Teosinte ad libitum



Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds 2(Special Issue): 81-94



This study was carried out to evaluate 4 successive cuts of teosinte as summer green forage and the effects of feeding it from the 4th cut along with two levels of concentrate and rice straw (50%, T1 and 30%, T2) on performance of lactating Friesian cows. Five digestibility trials were carried out using 4 adult rams in each to determine the digestibility of nutrients and nutritive values of 4 successive cuts of teosinte as well as the concentrate mixture.

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