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Production of cows' milk without dietary protein with urea and ammonium nitrogen as nitrogen source and pure carbohydrates for energy



Production of cows' milk without dietary protein with urea and ammonium nitrogen as nitrogen source and pure carbohydrates for energy



Nord. JordbrForsk, 29-42



This paper is an extension of earlier work (D.S.A. 26) in which 4 cows were placed on diets of cellulose, starch, sugar, mineral salts, urea, ammonium salts, silicic acid-impregnated cellulose, maize oil and vitamins A and D.

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