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Feeding tests with threshed peanut hay for dairy cattle


, : Feeding tests with threshed peanut hay for dairy cattle. Bull. Okla. agric. Exp. Sta, B-400: 3

Thirty-four milking cows were used in a series of three 40-day double reversal trials to determine the feeding value of threshed ground-nut hay compared with good lucerne hay. Hays were fed at 1.6-1.8 lb. per 100 lb. body weight, and concentrates were fed according to maintenance and production requirements.

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