It's not a poor man's maize

Allison, Richard; Buss, Jessica
July 2002
Farmers Weekly;7/5/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p70
Trade Publication
Presents information on a research regarding the effect of urea-treated whole-crop wheat on milk production of cows. Amount of savings from using the adapted forage harvester in a single cow while maintaining same milk yield; Comparison of the milk yielded in cows fed with whole crop wheat and corn silage; Pros and cons of using whole-crop wheat.


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