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Record number 358133
Title Benutting najaarssnede grasklaver in biologische melkveerantsoenen = Utilization of autumn cut grassclover in organic dairy cow rations
Author(s) Klop, A.; Veer, D.F. ter; Henniphof, C.J.; Koopman, W.J.; Plomp, M.; Duinkerken, G. van
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group (PraktijkRapport / Praktijkonderzoek, Animal Sciences Group : Rundvee ) - 30
Department(s) ID - Voeding
Research Institute for Animal Husbandry
WIAS
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) melkkoeien - melkveehouderij - biologische landbouw - grassen - klavers - trifolium - herfst - droogvoer - drogen - korrelvoer - rundveevoeding - voedergrassen - dairy cows - dairy farming - organic farming - grasses - clovers - trifolium - autumn - dry feeds - drying - pelleted feeds - cattle feeding - fodder grasses
Categories Cattle / Organic Animal Production / Organic Farming
Abstract The possibilities to optimally utilise protein-rich autumn grass with clover in organic dairy farming were investigated extensively. Drying grass clover artificially improves the nutritional value and has more prospects as feed than if ensiled. An experiment with grass pellets yielded comparable results with concentrates. Thanks to the current subsidy for drying it is economically interesting to have grass clover dried to spare the purchase of concentrates. In organic farming, various farms dry part of their roughage surplus to grass (clover) pellets annually.
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