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Silvopastoral systems can be a good alternative for sustainable livestock production because they can provide ecosystem services and improve animal welfare. Most farm animals live in groups and the… (More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the animal performance of late lactating grazing dairy cows in response to fresh chopped maize (FCM) supplementation under a small farming system. Twenty-four… (More)
The objective was estimating seasonal variations in the diet of breeding sheep with grazing in irrigated pastures of temperature climate. The study was carried out in a ranch located in Huamantla,… (More)
Resumen es: En la actualidad se proponen sistemas de produccion agricola organicos como una opcion sustentable en comparacion con los sistemas convencionales. Sin em...
El objetivo del estudio fue evaluar el balance de nitrogeno (N) en el suelo durante un ciclo de cultivo de maiz forrajero (Zea mays L.), en diferentes fases de una rotacion con praderas (UP) y con… (More)
ABSTRACTThe aim of this study was to evaluate whether botanical, morphological and nutritional compositions of the herbage ingested by the cows are affected by age of pastures and grazing system.… (More)
Alfalfa forage is difficult to ensile due to low water-soluble carbohydrate content and high buffering capacity. The objective was to assess at Chapingo, Mexico, during the rainy season effects of… (More)
SUMMARY Nitrogen losses by lixiviation in grazing grasslands are important because they may represent low N use efficiency in the production system and cause negative impact on underground water.… (More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of vitamin E on the fat content and fatty acid profile of grazing dairy cows supplemented with microencapsulated conjugated linoleic acid. Eight… (More)
Animal production in mixed grazing systems is more efficient than in single-species systems. The objective of this study was to assess intake and composition...