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Record number 383639
Title Benutting van najaarsgras
Author(s) Eekeren, N.J.M. van; Govaerts, W.; Wit, J. de
Source BioKennis bericht Geiten 5 (2009). - 4
Department(s) Chair Soil Biology and Biological Soil Quality
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2009
Keyword(s) biologische landbouw - geitenhouderij - diervoeding - klaverkuilvoer - melkveehouderij - voederwaardering - voedertabellen - grasbrokken - geiten - grasklaver - organic farming - goat keeping - animal nutrition - clover silage - dairy farming - feed evaluation - feed composition tables - grass pellets - goats - grass-clover swards
Categories Organic Farming / Organic Animal Production / Small Ruminants (Sheep and Goats)
Abstract Door weersomstandigheden is najaargras vaak moeilijk in te kuilen. Aan de andere kant bevat najaarsgras, door het hoger klaveraandeel, juist het eiwit wat de geiten in het rantsoen hard nodig hebben. Darm Verteerbaar Eiwit (DVE) is vaak een knelpunt op melkproducerende biologische bedrijven. Door gras kunstmatig te laten drogen kan het eiwit in grasklaver als DVE benut worden. In dit Biokennisbericht schetsen onderzoekers van het Louis Bolk Instituut de verschillende afwegingen om najaarsgras in te kuilen of kunstmatig te laten drogen en eventueel in brok te laten persen
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