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Feed mixtures for milk goats: Feeding trials with milking does compared simple and complex concentrate mixtures as the needed supplements to roughage

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S. W. Mead, University of California
Omer Peck, University of California
H. H. Cole, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(12):11-12.

Published December 01, 1955

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Abstract

High-milk-producing goats require concentrates in their ration—in addition to roughage—because they are physically incapable of consuming enough bulky food to meet their production requirements.

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Mr. and Mrs. Don Beal and Mr. John Pia-nezzi, of Merced County, co-operated in the 1954 feeding trials.

Feed mixtures for milk goats: Feeding trials with milking does compared simple and complex concentrate mixtures as the needed supplements to roughage

S. W. Mead, Omer Peck, H. H. Cole
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Feed mixtures for milk goats: Feeding trials with milking does compared simple and complex concentrate mixtures as the needed supplements to roughage

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Authors

S. W. Mead, University of California
Omer Peck, University of California
H. H. Cole, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(12):11-12.

Published December 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

High-milk-producing goats require concentrates in their ration—in addition to roughage—because they are physically incapable of consuming enough bulky food to meet their production requirements.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Mr. and Mrs. Don Beal and Mr. John Pia-nezzi, of Merced County, co-operated in the 1954 feeding trials.


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