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Vine shoots for feeding cattle with particular reference to rations for fattening young cattle. (Critical and experimental study.)



Vine shoots for feeding cattle with particular reference to rations for fattening young cattle. (Critical and experimental study.)



Alimenta-zione animale. 13: 189-208



Fresh vine shoots immediately after pruning had moisture 38 to 52, ash 1.5 to 3.5, crude protein 2 to 3, ether extract 1.0 to 1.5, crude fibre 24 to 28 and N-free extract 20 to 26%. The more usual moisture content was 12 to 16%; a meal made by grinding such shoots had the following moisture 12.82, ash 3.37, crude protein 5.00, ether extract 1.53, crude fibre 27.55, N-free extract 49.73% and Ca 6.21, P 3.35, Mg 1.41 g and Cu 49.96, Co 0.21, Zn 56.50 and Mn 17.00mg per kg.

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