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Carotene in fodder plants. 1. Losses of carotene in silage-making as affected by stage of growth of the plant



Carotene in fodder plants. 1. Losses of carotene in silage-making as affected by stage of growth of the plant



Arch. Tierernahr 16: 553-68



In silages made from fodder rye, meadow herbage and red clover, losses of organic nutrients and of carotene during ensiling decreased with increasing herbage maturity.

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