Effects of Addition of Lactobacillus plantarum and Enterococcus faecium Inoculants to High-Nitrogen Fertilized Timothy Phleum pratense L. on Fermentation, Nutritive Value, and Feed Intake of SilageReport as inadecuate




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The objective of this study was to examine the effects of addition of inoculant to high-nitrogen N fertilized timothy on fermentation, nutritive value, and feed intake of silage. The silage of timothy cultivated with a N fertilizer rate at two levels high level H, standard level S was prepared with SI, HI or without SC, HC an inoculants. The CP content of H increased by 38 g



Author: Peng Wang1, Kousaku Souma2, Hideki Okamoto3, Tatsunori Yano2, Masayuki Nakano2, Akihiro Furudate3,4, Chihiro Sato5, Jiabao Zhang1

Source: http://www.scirp.org/



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