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Methane and carbon dioxide emissions from lactating dairy cows grazing mature ryegrass/white clover or a diverse pasture comprising ryegrass, legumes and herbs
(CSIRO Publishing, 2018-06-29)
There is a growing interest in forage mixtures (Diverse pasture; e.g. containing grasses, legumes and herbs), especially those with a greater tolerance of dry conditions and a decreased nitrogen (N) content (reducing N ...
Feeding diets with fodder beet decreased methane emissions from dry and lactating dairy cows in grazing systems
(CSIRO Publishing, 2017-02-24)
Fodder beet (Beta vulgaris L.) has a very high readily fermentable carbohydrate concentration, which could affect rumen fermentation and reduce enteric methane (CH₄) emissions. The objective of the current study was to ...