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Comparison of dried molassed and unmolassed sugar beet feed and barley at two protein levels for milk production in early lactation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 November 2017

J.D. Sutton
Affiliation:
AFRC Institute for Grassland and Animal Production, Hurley Research Station, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 5LR
S.R. Daley
Affiliation:
AFRC Institute for Grassland and Animal Production, Hurley Research Station, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 5LR
M.J. Haines
Affiliation:
AFRC Institute for Grassland and Animal Production, Hurley Research Station, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 5LR
D.J. Thomson
Affiliation:
AFRC Institute for Grassland and Animal Production, Hurley Research Station, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 5LR
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Previous experiments have shown important differences in milk production when mixed starch sources were replaced by mixed high quality by-products in high concentrate diets with hay as the forage (Sutton et al. 1987). The purpose of the present experiment was to compare rolled barley with sugar beet feed (SBF) in both molassed and unmolassed forms when given alone with grass silage in a high-concentrate diet. Additionally the effect of altering protein concentration of the concentrates was examined.

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Energy and Protein Utilisation by Dairy cows
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Copyright © The British Society of Animal Production 1988

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Sutton, J.D., Bines, J.A., Morant, S.V., Napper, D.J. and Givens, D.I. 1987. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge, 109, 375386.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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