Generating a nutritional dairy cow ration based on green waste out of San Luis Obispo County

@inproceedings{Mendoza2013GeneratingAN,
  title={Generating a nutritional dairy cow ration based on green waste out of San Luis Obispo County},
  author={Nicole Mendoza},
  year={2013}
}
The objective of this literature review was to assess the accessibility and utilization of waste like products for inclusion into the dairy ration in San Luis Obispo County. With feed prices continually rising, alternatives to the very expensive feedstuffs should be continually explored. In this review, papers based on grocery store waste, viticulture waste, Cal Poly waste, and crop waste were explored to determine the feasibility of including these products into the dairy ration economically… CONTINUE READING

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