Mixed silages of fodder beet and different feedstuffs: quality and nutritive value

J Latré, Elien Dupon, E Wambacq, Johan De Boever, Geert Haesaert

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    Fodder beet (FB) have by far the highest yield of net energy for lactation (NEL) per ha and are a good catch crop for nitrogen (De Brabander et al. 2012). During the last fifty years, the cultivated area decreased steeply due to labour-intensity and phytopathological threats, as well as preservation difficulties. Nowadays, improved mechanization and availability of disease-resistant cultivars make FB again an attractive crop (ADBFM 2009, Bradshaw 2010). Still, conservation of fresh FB asks a lot of care and attention, and losses can be important (e.g. in case of harvest damage) (Lauwers et al. 2009). To examine the possibilities of ensiling FB, a two-year research project (2015-2017) was performed with main support of the Research Fund of University College Ghent.
    TitelProceedings of the XVIII International Silage Conference
    EditorsKatrin Gerlach, Karl-Heinz Südekum
    Aantal pagina's2
    Plaats productieGermany
    ISBN van geprinte versie978-3-86972-044-9
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2018
    EvenementXVIII International Silage Conference - Bonn, Duitsland
    Duur: 24-jul-201826-jul-2018


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