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Response of grazing dairy cows to level of concentrate supplementation and concentrate protein content

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 November 2017

C.P. Ferris
Affiliation:
Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co Down BT26 6DR, U.K.
D.C. Patterson
Affiliation:
Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co Down BT26 6DR, U.K.
F.J. Gordon
Affiliation:
Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co Down BT26 6DR, U.K.
D.J. Kilpatrick
Affiliation:
Agricultural Research Institute of Northern Ireland, Hillsborough, Co Down BT26 6DR, U.K.
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The response of grazing dairy cows to level of concentrate supplementation and to the concentration of protein in the supplement remains poorly defined. The response is of particular importance in view of the high costs associated with the concentrate feedstuffs, especially protein ingredients. The current study was designed to examine the response of grazing dairy cows to level of concentrate supplementation and to level of protein in the concentrate.

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Copyright © The British Society of Animal Science 2002

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Leaver, J.D., Campling, R.C. and Holmes, W. 1968. Use of supplementary feeds for grazing dairy cows. Dairy Science Abstracts 30: 355 361.Google Scholar

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