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Influences of high-level feeding of beet-top silage on milk production, milk qualities, and health of dairy cows.



Influences of high-level feeding of beet-top silage on milk production, milk qualities, and health of dairy cows.



Mem. Fac. Agric. Hokkaido Univ, 4: 1, 24-33



In feeding trials with 9 cows, beet-top silage fed at levels of 3, 7 or 10% body weight was compared with maize silage. There was no significant difference in the milk yield of cows fed maize and beet-top silages, although yield increased on the higher level of beet-top silage. S.N.F. content was only slightly affected, protein decreased slightly and fat content was significantly decreased by feeding beet-top silage.

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