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Grape residues and vine shoots in animal feeding


, : Grape residues and vine shoots in animal feeding. Lucr. Stiint. Inst. Cercet. Zooteh., Bucharest. 22: 103-120

Grape residues were ensiled alone or with 30 to 40 litres of 2 to 3% salt solution per 100 kg. Vine refuse, leaves and shoots, supplying from 0.172 to 0.432 feed units and from 10.5 to 31.9 g digestible protein per kg, were ensiled also. During a main experimental period of 30 days 5 Dobruja cows given 20 kg ensiled grape residues produced slightly less milk, but with a higher fat content, than in the 15 days before or after.

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