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1. A few acorns improve the diet of pigs and sheep.

The literature concerning the pros and cons of including acorns in the diet of pigs and sheep is reviewed. Acorns contain a high level of structural carbo-hydrates and amide, making them a valuable component of the autumn-winter diet but, because of the harmful tannins contained in them, they...

Foreign Title :Poche ghiande migliorano la dieta di suini e ovini.

Author(s) : Cabiddu, A.; Scanu, G.; Sitzia, M.; Fois, N.

Publisher : Edizioni l'Informatore Agrario Srl, Verona, Italy

Journal article : Informatore Agrario 2006 Vol.62 No.8 pp.64-66

2. Economic and energy assessment of innovative production technologies for bulky feeds using perennial leguminous grasses.

Russia's All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Feeds (VNII Kormov) has been involved in developing innovative technologies for the production of bulky feeds. Meadow clover and lucerne were harvested at the budding stage, and a mower conditioner developed by VNII Kormov was used to help...

Author(s) : Maslenkov, I. N.

Publisher : Izdatel'stvo Kolos, Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Ėkonomika Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennykh i Pererabatyvayushchikh Predpriyatiĭ 2005 No.No.12 pp.13-15 ref.4

3. Preservation of vitamins in feeds.

Foreign Title :Higiena pasz a witaminy.

Author(s) : Gajęcki, M.

Journal article : Nowa Weterynaria 1998 Vol.3 No.1 pp.58-60 ref.6

4. Silage additives improve animal performance.

The major factors contributing to the increased use of silage additives are discussed; these include increased awareness of the value of silage in livestock production and the availability of machinery for efficient silage production.

Author(s) : Esmail, S. H. M.

Journal article : Feed Mix 1999 Vol.7 No.5 pp.31-33 ref.20

5. Possibilities of improving the uniformity of ventilating hay stacks.

A mathematical analysis is made of the factors affecting the uniformity of ventilation of a hay stack when the air is blown through a perforated duct. Some results are given of the uniformity of ventilation and the energy savings achieved, when ventilating a cylindrical stack of hay 10 m high and...

Author(s) : Zhuriba, S. K.

Journal article : Tekhnika v Sel'skom Khozyaĭstve 1999 No.No. 4 pp.14-15

6. Fish silage-an alternative animal feed.

The production of fish silage for use as a feed ingredient is discussed.

Author(s) : Nanda, P. K.; Sanyal, M. K.

Journal article : Pashudhan 1999 Vol.14 No.8 pp.1

7. On environmental assessment of horizontal silo facilities.

Fermenting silage effluent and percolating effluent are potential threats to the environment, but are basically avoidable through constructional and operational measures. The kinetics of contents in contaminated precipitation water shows that environmental hazard potential is positively correlated...

Foreign Title :Zur Umweltverträglichkeit von Flachsiloanlagen.

Author(s) : Kahlstatt, J.; Schön, H.; Wendl, G.

Journal article : Landtechnik 2000 Vol.55 No.1 pp.52-53 ref.2

8. Grass: its production and utilization.

This classic text with separately authored chapters has been completely updated to reflect recent grassland research and policy developments since the 1980s. The text, which is aimed at students and professionals interested in temperate grassland (including amenity grassland) management, includes...

Publisher : Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK

Book : Grass: its production and utilization. 2000 No.Ed.3 pp.xiii + 440 pp.

9. Forage cutting and conservation-a brief history.

Changes in hay and silage making, particularly in the last century, are discussed.

Foreign Title :Récolter et conserver l'herbe. Un bref historique.

Author(s) : Béranger, C.

Conference paper; Journal article : Fourrages 1998 No.No. 155 pp.275-285 ref.13

10. Changes in forage conservation methods in Europe: present knowledge and future prospects.

Foreign Title :Évolution des modes de conservation de l'herbe en Europe: acquis et perspectives.

Author(s) : Pflimlin, A.

Conference paper; Journal article : Fourrages 1998 No.No. 156 pp.611-618 ref.3

11. Monitoring of wilting. Presentation of a testing method.

Foreign Title :Suivi de la dessiccation. Présentation d'une méthode d'essai.

Author(s) : Gaillard, F.

Conference paper; Journal article : Fourrages 1998 No.No. 156 pp.487-490 ref.2

12. Heat treatment of mixtures of feed meals.

Heat processing of feed meals to control Salmonella contamination is described.

Foreign Title :Thermische Behandlung für Futtermischungen in Mehlform.

Author(s) : Wetzel, W.

Journal article : Mühle + Mischfuttertechnik 1998 Vol.135 No.19 pp.613-615

13. Stability of vitamins in animal feeds.

Foreign Title :Trwałość witamin w paszach dla zwierząt.

Author(s) : Kulasek, G.; Kostyiuk, S.

Journal article : Nowa Weterynaria 1998 Vol.3 No.Special pp.6-13 ref.11

14. Round bale silage: new ways of marketing pressed pulp.

Shrink-wrapped round bale ensiling has greatly boosted the attraction and image of pressed pulp. Its year-round employment in cattle-keeping has been further optimized. The likelihood is that the share of pressed pulp ensiled in plastic wrapping will increase, thanks to extraordinary low energy...

Foreign Title :Schlauchsilierung - Neue Wege in der Pressschnitzelvermarktung.

Author(s) : Bückmann, V.

Journal article : Zuckerindustrie 1999 Vol.124 No.7 pp.519-521

15. Observations on problems associated with microbial contamination of pelleted compound feeds in open and closed storage conditions.

An overview is given of the storage of pelleted compound feeds (PCF), with particular reference to the prevention of microbial contamination. The following are considered: general characteristics of PCF; moisture content and water activity; damage caused to PCF during handling and transport; growth ...

Foreign Title :Betrachtung der Problematik von mikrobiellen Kontaminationen bei offen und geschlossen gelagertem pelletierten Mischfutter.

Author(s) : Skriegan, E.; Oster, A.

Journal article : Mühle + Mischfuttertechnik 1999 Vol.135 No.26 pp.858-875 ref.7

16. Effects of temperature on fermentation quality, cell wall constituents and in vitro dry matter digestibility of alfalfa silage with lactic acid bacteria and cellulase.

This study was conducted to clarify the effects of temperature on the fermentation quality, cell wall constituents and in vitro DM digestibility (IVDMD) of alfalfa (lucerne) silage with three additives, lactic acid bacteria (LAB), cellulase (CEL) and LAB-CEL mixture (MIX). Second-cut alfalfa was...

Author(s) : Zhuang YiFen; Ataku, K.; No, E.

Journal article : Grassland Science 1999 Vol.45 No.2 pp.181-186 ref.30

17. Silage effluent and the environment.

Biological oxygen demand (BOP) of various sewages is presented according to 2 authors. The highest BOP was found in silage effluent, on average 90 000 mg O2/litre (between 40 000 and 110 000). It infects water and subterranean waters if it reaches them. It was found that in Ireland and in Great...

Foreign Title :Silažni sok in okolje.

Author(s) : Stekar, J. M. A.

Journal article : Sodobno Kmetijstvo 1999 Vol.32 No.2 pp.73-77 ref.47

18. Bacterial and volatile fatty acid production rates in crossbred calves fed chemically preserved maize fodder.

Twelve male crossbred rumen-fistulated calves (1-2 years old, 178.7-220.7 kg) were divided into 4 groups of 3 each. The control group was fed on ensiled maize fodder (without additive), while groups I, II and III were fed on dough-stage maize fodder ensiled after treatment with 0.5% urea + 1%...

Author(s) : Thakur, S. S.; Sharma, D. D.

Journal article : Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition 1999 Vol.16 No.1 pp.24-29 ref.20

19. Optimization of dust collectors.

Tests were carried out on the optimization of dust collectors for use when filling concentrated feed silos. It was possible to optimize the collectors and keep dust emissions below the set levels. The consequence of this is that it is unnecessary to install the customarily used additional filtering ...

Foreign Title :Optimieren von Zyklonen.

Author(s) : Fürll, C.; Kranz, U.

Journal article : Mühle + Mischfuttertechnik 1999 Vol.136 No.5 pp.143..149 ref.7

20. Cut to measure, and then signed.

Biraghi cheese and other milk products have been produced in Italy since 1934, and are now among the leading brand names. An account is given of the packaging and marketing of these products.

Foreign Title :Tagliati su misura... e poi firmati.

Journal article : Latte 1999 Vol.24 No.3 pp.36-37

21. Corn silage quality with different levels of poultry waste.

Chemical composition and fermentation characteristics of maize silages containing 0, 10, 20 and 30% of poultry waste (treatments), incorporated on a fresh matter basis at ensiling were studied. Chemical evaluation of nutrients showed differences (P<0.05) between treatments. DM, CP, mineral...

Foreign Title :Qualidade da silagem de milho com diferentes níveis de esterco de poedeiras.

Author(s) : Neto, J. R. P. A.; Morais, M. G.; Tomich, T. R.; Gonçalves, L. C.

Journal article : Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia 1999 Vol.51 No.1 pp.107-113 ref.28

22. Potential environmental impact of effluents from the artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) byproduct ensiling process using additives.

Three treatments were tested on canned artichoke byproduct after 50 days of ensilage: formic acid at 20% in doses of 2 ml/kg (FA), cane sugar molasses at 50 g/kg (M), and sodium chloride at 30 g/kg (SC). A fourth batch acted as a control group (C). The nutritive value, fermentation characteristics, ...

Author(s) : Megías, M. D.; Martínez-Teruel, A.; Hérnandez, M. R.

Journal article : Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 1999 Vol.47 No.6 pp.2455-2458 ref.22

23. Current questions concerning the preparation and storage of plant protein.

Feed preparation and preservation are considered in the context of Russian agriculture, with reference also being made to breeding of clovers and lucerne for feed production.

Author(s) : Kozlov, N. I.; Khar'kov, G. D.; Pobednov, Yu. A.

Journal article : Kormoproizvodstvo 1999 No.No. 11 pp.26-28

24. Chemical composition and nutritive value of silage from legumes.

Factors affecting silage quality and silage loss during legume silage making are reviewed. Results of studies on silage additives, fermentation inhibitors, bacterial preparations and bacteria-enzyme preparations in legume silage making are also examined.

Foreign Title :Skład chemiczny i wartość pokarmowa kiszonek z roślin motylkowatych.

Author(s) : Brzóska, F.; Borowiec, F.

Journal article : Biuletyn Informacyjny - Instytut Zootechniki 1999 Vol.37 No.2 pp.11-22 ref.29

25. Influence of lactic acid bacteria and maturity stage of corn on the digestibility of silage in sheep.

Noveta maize was harvested with a DM content of 26.8, 32.0 and 39.0% and ensiled in laboratory silos. Lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus plantarum or Enterococcus faecium, 105 CFU/g fresh matter) were added to silages with 32.0% DM. Each of the 5 silages was fed to 9 castrated male sheep, initial...

Foreign Title :Einfluss des Einsatzes von Milchsäurebakterien bei der Herstellung von Maissilage unterschiedlicher Reife auf die Verdaulichkeit der Silage durch Schafe.

Author(s) : Jochmann, K.; Daenicke, R.; Flachowsky, G.

Journal article : Landbauforschung Völkenrode 1999 Vol.49 No.2 pp.59-63 ref.21