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Pasture production and liveweight gain from cocksfoot-subterranean clover pastures grazed at two stocking rates and closed at different times during spring
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 2008)
The effect of stocking rate (8.3 (low) and 13.9 (high) ewes + twin lambs/ha) and time of closing in spring on lamb liveweight gain, pasture production and subterranean clover seedling densities was monitored over 2 years ...
Production and composition of nil and MAX P™ tall fescue pastures on dry, stony soils.
(Lincoln University, 2007)
The objective of the study was to determine the effect of tall fescue endophyte AR542 (MAX P™) on dryland pasture production and composition, weed invasion, and sheep gazing preference in Canterbury, New Zealand
Effect of ewe stocking rate in spring on subterranean clover persistence and lamb liveweight gain
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 2006)
Liveweight gain of ewes and lambs and subterranean clover reproduction were measured in tall fescuesubterranean clover pastures on a dry, stony soil stocked at 10 (low) and 20 (high) ewes and their twin lambs/ha over 46 ...
Effects of MaxP™ endophyte in tall fescue on pasture production and sheep grazing preference, in a dryland environment
(New Zealand Grassland Association, 2007)
Pasture growth, botanical composition and sheep grazing preference were measured over 20 months in tall fescue (cultivar Advance), without endophyte (Nil) or infected with AR542 (MaxPTM) endophyte, and clover pastures sown ...