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Pasture grass as silage and hay in the feeding of dairy cows. IIl. Effect of silage and hay from pasture grass on milk and fat yields of dairy cows


, : Pasture grass as silage and hay in the feeding of dairy cows. IIl. Effect of silage and hay from pasture grass on milk and fat yields of dairy cows. Jb. Tierernahr. Flitter, 68. 6: 88-100

2 combined group/period expt. with 6 and 5 German Black Pied cows respectively and a 2 x 2 factorial expt. with 12 cows are reported (part n) in which 4-5 kg pasture grass hay were replaced in rations customary for grassland areas by corresponding (SE basis) quantities of pasture grass silage or hay-lage. Feed consumption and milk and fat yield results are presented in detail.

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