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In situ degradabilities of forages selected and not selected by grazing cattle

, : In situ degradabilities of forages selected and not selected by grazing cattle. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 76(3): 459-461

The degradation properties of forages may affect the selective grazing behaviour of cattle. Differences in ruminal degradation characteristics were observed between samples of a 50:50 alfalfa:bromegrass mixture which were sampled from selected and not selected portions of the same pasture by grazing cattle. Fraction A and rate of degradation of fraction B were higher for forages from selected than from non-selected portions of the pasture.


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