Continuous and rotational grazing of dairy cows--the interactions of grazing system with level of milk yield, sward height and concentrate level

@article{Pulido2003ContinuousAR,
  title={Continuous and rotational grazing of dairy cows--the interactions of grazing system with level of milk yield, sward height and concentrate level},
  author={R. Pulido and J. Leaver},
  journal={Grass and Forage Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={58},
  pages={265-275}
}
An experiment was conducted to test the hypothesis that for cows with high levels of milk yield, rotational grazing produces higher milk yields than continuous grazing. The comparison of grazing systems was made at two levels of milk yield (initially 20·3 and 32·5 kg d-1), and interactions with sward height and concentrate level were also examined. The study used 48 multiparous Holstein Friesian cows over a period of 62 d. Mean milk yield, its persistency and composition, live weight, body… Expand
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