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Studies on the digestibility and nutritive value of teosinte (Euchlaena maxicana Schrad) grass

Studies on the digestibility and nutritive value of teosinte (Euchlaena maxicana Schrad) grass

Indian J. Dairy Sci 16: 60-64

For 6 adult Bachaur bulls of average liveweight 472 lb daily intake of green teosinte grass (Euchlaena mexicana Schrad) offered to appetite was 18.1 kg. The chemical composition of teosinte grass at flowering stage is shown and compared with that of green maize and some of the indigenous grasses of India; it had more crude protein. Total carbohydrate content was lower than in maize but higher than in the other grasses.

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