The Influence of Supplementary Feeding And Grazing Restriction on the Voluntary Intake of Roughages and Live weight Gain By Beef Cattle

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1966
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Musangi R.S
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The voluntary intake of a feed by an animal is the amount of food eaten when the food is offered ad libitum and is the result of the interaction of the animal and its food. It is usual to take the amount of food voluntarily eaten by an animal as a measure of the appetite (the desire for food) of the animal for that food.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXXI (3), p. 271-274
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