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Chemical composition and nutritive value of four grass hays and their component parts



Chemical composition and nutritive value of four grass hays and their component parts



Agron. J 61(5): 659-63. Bibl. 17



In trials in 1964 with grasses harvested at about 50% inflorescence emergence and artificially dried, cocksfoot Sterling had higher digest1bilities of DM, CP and acid-detergent f1bre than had smooth brome Canada Common and Sac and timothy Climax. Digest1bilities of the 2 smooth brome were the same; DM and CP digest1bilities were lowest in timothy but CF digest1bility in timothy was similar to that of smooth brome.

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DOI: 10.2134/agronj1969.00021962006100050002x


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