Special problems on feed stuffs

Nehrung, K.

Forschungsdienst Sonderheft 16: 670-672

1942


Accession: 025504375

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Abstract
The production of home-grown fodder shows seasonal fluctuations, times of abundance alternating with times of deficiency. By systematic distribution of the home-grown fodder, 200-300 1. of milk for each milking cow can be produced additionally. The composition of the feed stuffs and its feeding value differs from yr. to yr. The forage value of the large harvest of feed stuffs in 1938 was rather unfavorable, whereas that of 1940 was about 10-20% higher than in the preceding yrs. Investigations on numerous farms often proved that the proportion between starch value and crude protein was such that the forage could not be utilized most advantageously.