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Adjustments of seasonal feed-supply to seasonal requirements of animals
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1936)
Because of the differential growth of herbage plants throughout the year and because of weather hazards, the most difficult problem of the stock-raiser is the provision of an adequate supply of feed for every day in the ...
Winter feeding of stock in Canterbury: factors in dairy cow production
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1935)
The winter feeding of stock is often discussed as though it were of itself the most self-contained aspect of stock production. Many farmers feed their stock poorly in winter and get profitable returns, while others, who ...