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Balancing diets for dairy cows during stall feeding with straw pellets and on cultivated pasture


, : Balancing diets for dairy cows during stall feeding with straw pellets and on cultivated pasture. Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (4): 173-178

In 3 experiments ammonia-treated straw pellets with 10 to 20% sugar beet or with concentrate 9 to 10 kg daily, was an effective substitute for total roughage in the diets of cows while kept in stalls.

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