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Effect of farm processing byproduct levels on milk production in dairy cows 1. effect of citrus peel levels on milk yield in dairy cows



Effect of farm processing byproduct levels on milk production in dairy cows 1. effect of citrus peel levels on milk yield in dairy cows



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration (Suweon) 30(2 LIVEST): 25-30



Citrus peel, by-products of citrus processing was fed to milking cows to study the effect of supplement feeding on milk yield, Twelve Holstein cows in mid lactation were divided into 4 groups during experimental periods of 90 days. Milking cows in each group were fed at 0, 5, 10 and 15kg of citrus peel per cow daily in addition to the feeding of concentrate, corn silage and rice straw. The results obtained were as follows: Content of CP, Carotene and TDN in citrus peel was 2.49%, 53.4 mg/kg and 18.5%, respectively. Daily intake of concentrate and corn silage was about 35% of milk yield and 17.59kg per cow in all treatments, TDN requirements for the production of FCM per kg in treatment of 0, 5, 10 and 15 kg were 312, 351, 361 and 295g, respectively. Daily milk yield was 20.5 kg in average and no sigificant defference was observed between treatments. However daily FCM yield was the highest in 10kg treatment with 20.3kg. Milking persistence was improved with the supplement feeding of citrus peel compared to control. Feed cost for the production of FCM per kg could be saved about 2% and 3% with daily supplement feeding of citrus peel of 10kg and 15kg per cow.

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