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Effect of silage from fresh or wilted grass or hay on feed intake, digestibility, milk yield and blood composition of dairy cows



Effect of silage from fresh or wilted grass or hay on feed intake, digestibility, milk yield and blood composition of dairy cows



Arch. Tierernahrung. 17: 119-129



For 100 days 9 dairy cows were given wilted silage with 40% dry matter (DM) succulent silage with 20%, or artificially dried hay. During the first 50 days the ration was of concentrates, fodder beet to supply 2 kg dry matter per day and one of the silages or hay; during the second period the fodder beet was omitted from the ration.

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