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Provedor de dados:  Organic Eprints
País:  Germany
Título:  Innovative strategies related to forage production, utilization and feeding for dairy cow productivity
Autores:  Zaralis, Konstantinos
Rinne, Marketta
Kurki, Päivi
Dragomir, Catalin
Gerrard, Catherine L
Padel, Susanne
Data:  2016-10
Ano:  2016
Palavras-chave:  Dairy cattle
Feeding and growth
Health and welfare
Resumo:  The SOLID project (Sustainable Organic Low-Input Dairying) carried out research to improve the sustainability of low-input/organic dairy systems in different ways. This deliverable is one of the three that are resulting from the WP1 of the SOLID project and presents and discusses a series of participatory on-farm studies that were conducted to test innovative approaches related to forage production, utilization and feeding in organic and low-input dairying systems. Specifically, the participatory studies focus on a) improvement of soil organic matter through grazing management and establishment of diverse swards b) on-farm strategies for the improvement of forage yield and protein content of the pasture c) utilisation of industrial by-products for dairy cow nutrition and d) the effects of dietary mineral supplementation on mineral concentrations in milk, with particular focus on iodine supplementation.
Tipo:  Report
Idioma:  Inglês

Zaralis, Konstantinos; Rinne, Marketta; Kurki, Päivi; Dragomir, Catalin; Gerrard, Catherine L and Padel, Susanne (2016) Innovative strategies related to forage production, utilization and feeding for dairy cow productivity. SOLID Deliverable 1.2. Organic Research Centre, Newbury.
Editor:  Organic Research Centre
Formato:  application/pdf

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