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Tomato pomace scores well as sheep feed

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Norman H. Hinman, Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis
William N. Garrett, Experiment Station University of California, Davis
John R. Dunbar, Universit of California, Davis
Arthur K. Swenerton, University of California Davis.
Nancy E. East, University of California Davis.

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California Agriculture 32(8):12-13.

Published August 01, 1978

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A study with sheep shows tomato pomace has a feeding value for ruminants similar to good quality alfalfa when compared on a dry-matter basis.

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Partial financial support as well as the pomace used in this study were provided by Andco Farming Corporation

Tomato pomace scores well as sheep feed

Norman H. Hinman, William N. Garrett, John R. Dunbar, Arthur K. Swenerton, Nancy E. East
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Tomato pomace scores well as sheep feed

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Authors

Norman H. Hinman, Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis
William N. Garrett, Experiment Station University of California, Davis
John R. Dunbar, Universit of California, Davis
Arthur K. Swenerton, University of California Davis.
Nancy E. East, University of California Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(8):12-13.

Published August 01, 1978

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A study with sheep shows tomato pomace has a feeding value for ruminants similar to good quality alfalfa when compared on a dry-matter basis.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Partial financial support as well as the pomace used in this study were provided by Andco Farming Corporation


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