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Relationships of Forage Nutritive Value to Cool‐Season Grass Canopy Characteristics
In-!eld assessment of forage nutritive value could help producers manage forage harvest- ing or grazing based on potential feed value to ruminants. The objective of this research was to evaluate theExpand
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Canonical correlations among chemical, physical and morphological characteristics of Xaraés palisadegrass under rotational grazing
Em experimentos de avaliacao de forrageiras muitas vezes sao priorizadas as analises de adaptacao e produtividade e posteriormente parâmetros de valor nutritivo e consumo. Atraves de estudos paraExpand
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Combining Marandu grass grazing height and supplementation level to optimize growth and productivity of yearling bulls
Abstract Two experiments were conducted to determine the effects of grazing height and supplementation levels of Marandu pastures on average daily gain (ADG), gain per hectare (GPH) and methane (CH 4Expand
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Analysis of Herbage Mass and Herbage Accumulation Rate Using Gompertz Equations
AbstrAct Sigmoid equations are recognized as representative of the pattern of herbage accumulation during a growth period; however, the vari-ous equations and their variability among locations andExpand
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Changes in Forage Nutritive Value among Vertical Strata of a Cool‐Season Grass Canopy
An understanding of the vertical distribution of nutritive value in cool-season grasses could support decisions regarding the management of residual mass and plant height to meet nutri - tional valueExpand
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Nutritive value and physical characteristics of Xaraes palisadegrass as affected by grazing strategy
The aim of this study was to ascertain whether the defoliation frequency based on a fixed rest period would generate variable sward structural and physiological conditions at each subsequent grazingExpand
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Forage Herbage Accumulation and Nutritive Value Dynamics of a Mixed Cool-Season Grass Sward across Seasons
6. Nave, R. L. G.; Sulc, R. M.; Barker, D. J. 2011. Using the correlation of forage nutritive value and morphological composition to manage a cool-season grass sward. Graduate Student Competition –Expand
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Influence of Height‐Based Management on Forage Nutritive Value of Four Warm‐Season Forage Grasses
Harvest timing is an influential factor in providing animals with high quality forage. Height-based management is commonly practiced to determine timing of cutting or grazing. This study aimed toExpand
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