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Rapeseed oilmeal in animal feeding. 3. Effect of method of preparation and proportion of oilmeal in the concentrate on quantity eaten by milking cows and on production and composition of milk



Rapeseed oilmeal in animal feeding. 3. Effect of method of preparation and proportion of oilmeal in the concentrate on quantity eaten by milking cows and on production and composition of milk



Annales de Zootechnie 20(4): 437-449



For part 2 see Abst. 6457, Vol. 41. 3. Four isonitrogenous concentrates containing 15 or 30% rapeseed oilmeal, toasted or untoasted, were given for 2 successive years to 4 groups of Friesian cows at the start of lactation. The cows were fed twice daily, according to their requirements, and feed refused was replaced by another concentrate to avoid underfeeding.

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