Forages with condensed tannins – their management and nutritive value for ruminants

@inproceedings{Waghorn2000ForagesWC,
  title={Forages with condensed tannins – their management and nutritive value for ruminants},
  author={Garry Campbell Waghorn and G Burrin Douglas and J. H. Niezen and Warren C. McNabb and Alexander Gavin Foote},
  year={2000}
}
Temperate forage legumes that contain condensed tannins (CT) have been evaluated under experimental conditions and some have demonstrated significant benefits for sheep, cattle and deer. Condensed tannins can significantly improve productive performance, as well as lessen our dependence on anthelmintic drenches. However, not all CT are equal and some may not benefit production at all. This paper summarises the performance responses of ruminants to CT in birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus… CONTINUE READING

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