The development of solid food intake in calves. 2. Studies on the volume of rumen fluid, determined by an indirect method

Hodgson, J.

Animal Prod 13: 25-36

1971


DOI: 10.1017/s0003356100029408
Accession: 014726179

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Abstract
In the first experiment calves between 7 and 14 days old were given reconstituted spray-dried skimmed milk until the start of weaning on day 22 or 29, and at each age weaning was completed in 7 or 14 days. Pelleted dried grass to appetite from the start of weaning was the only solid feed. In the second experiment 24 calves between 3 and 10 days old were given, in a factorial arrangement, milk substitute 12.5 or 25% of liveweight and 100 g dried grass long or pelleted, for 21 days.