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Pelleted balancing feeds with maize silage in diets for dairy cows

, : Pelleted balancing feeds with maize silage in diets for dairy cows. Zivocisna Vyroba 22(7): 505-512

Pelleted balancing feed mixtures of lucerne meal, TK-DO (with ground forage 29.5, oilmeal 15, wheat 5, lucerne meal 22, mineral and forage mixture 4, pyrophosphate 5, urea 12.5 and biologically active substances 2% and other components , molasses and straw were given to dairy cows with maize silage to appetite.


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