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The nutritive value of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass). 3. Factors affecting voluntary intake by cattle and water buffaloes


The nutritive value of Panicum maximum (Guinea grass). 3. Factors affecting voluntary intake by cattle and water buffaloes



J. agric. Sci, Camb. 71(1): 67-71



In the Philippines, DM intake from Guinea grass was studied in digestibility trials with Holstein and water-buffalo bulls and in a feeding trial with lactating cows. Differences in voluntary DM intake between different types of animals were small.

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