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Inclusion of lipid-ennched cottonseed meal into cow rations



Inclusion of lipid-ennched cottonseed meal into cow rations



Zap. lemngr. sel'skokhoz. Inst, 147: 133-140



4 matched groups of 6 cows received in 2 consecutive periods of 56 and 35 days a common ration with the following differences in the concentrate part: group 1, unchanged, -group 2, 2 kg concentrates (C) replaced by 10.5 kg ordinary cottonseed meal (0.98% fat); group 3, C replaced by 10.5 kg pelletted cottonseed meal with cottonseed phospholipids added (2.56% fat); and group 4, as for group 3 but unpelletted meal (4.78% fat).

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