ffect of Corn Shredlage on lactation performance and total tract starch digestibility by dairy cows

@inproceedings{Ferraretto2012ffectOC,
  title={ffect of Corn Shredlage on lactation performance and total tract starch digestibility by dairy cows},
  author={Luiz Felipe Ferraretto and Randy D. Shaver},
  year={2012}
}
The objective of this trial was to determine the effect of feeding a TMR containing Corn Shredlage (SHRD; Shredlage LLC, Tea, SD) or conventionally processed corn silage (KPCS) on lactation performance by dairy cows. The KPCS was harvested using conventional rolls (3-mm gap) and set at a 19-mm theoretical length of cut. The SHRD was harvested using novel cross-grooved rolls (2.5-mm gap) and set at a 30-mm length of cut. One hundred twelve cows stratified by DIM, milk yield, breed, and parity… CONTINUE READING

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