Influence of long-term feeding of limited amounts of phosphorus on dry matter intake, milk production, and body weight of dairy cows.

@article{Valk1999InfluenceOL,
  title={Influence of long-term feeding of limited amounts of phosphorus on dry matter intake, milk production, and body weight of dairy cows.},
  author={H. C. P. M. van der Valk and Leon B. J. {\vS}ebek},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1999},
  volume={82 10},
  pages={2157-63}
}
For almost two lactations, 24 high-yielding, multiparous dairy cows were fed a basal diet and concentrate mixtures with three different P concentrations. The basal diet consisted of grass (silage or artificially dried), corn silage, wet beet pulp, straw, and concentrates. The concentrate mixtures differed only in P content by varying the amount of monosodium phosphate. The number of cows and the amount of dietary P, expressed as a percentage of current recommendations in the Netherlands were: 6… CONTINUE READING

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