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The effect of kale cultivar and sowing date on dry-matter intake, crop utilization, liveweight gain and body condition score gain of pregnant, nonlactating dry dairy cows in winter in New Zealand
(Wiley on behalf of the British Grassland Society and the European Grassland Federation, 2018-07-02)
An outdoor grazing study on kale was conducted with pregnant, nonlactating (dry) dairy cows over a 42-day winter grazing period commencing 9 June 2008. Kale treatments consisted of two kale cultivars varying in leaf:stem ...
Dry matter intake and body condition score change of dairy cows grazing fodder beet, kale and kale-oat forage systems in winter
Crop dry matter (DM) yield, DM utilisation and body condition score (BCS) of dairy cows were measured over two winters on an irrigated stony, free-draining Balmoral soil for three crop grazing systems: fodder beet (FB); ...