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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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