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Concentrate feeds enriched with lysine and methionine for rearing calves



Concentrate feeds enriched with lysine and methionine for rearing calves



Zivotnovodstvo. 5, 82-85



Three groups of 7 Brown Latvian calves were fattened to 6 months. Feed eaten during 180 days was whole milk 80, concentrates 180, carrots 48.5, hay 164 and green fodder 593 kg in all groups and skimmed milk, 600, 400 or 400 and potatoes 16.0, 18.0 and 4.4 kg. All groups were given supplements of vitamin A 300 and vitamin D2 25 IU. One group was given synthetic alpha -lysine 280 and methionine 78 g until 3 months of age, the second 582 and 177 g.

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