birdsfoot trefoil


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birdsfoot trefoil

see lotus.
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77 g/kg DM), birdsfoot trefoil hay (CP, 189 g/kg DM; NDF, 292 g/kg DM; CT, total, 28.
From the beginning, the intake of the hay made from birdsfoot trefoil was lower (p<0.
2007a), the cows exhibited a reduced feed intake when offered hay of birdsfoot trefoil, another temperate forage legume containing CT.
Palatability in sheep and in vitro nutritional value of dried and ensiled sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia) birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus), and chicory (Cichorium intybus).
Intake rates by dairy cows of hays made of grass- clover, sainfoin, birdsfoot trefoil and the effects on ruminal fluid variables in a preliminary experiment (n = 4) Birdsfoot Grass-clover Sainfoin trefoil Feed intake (kg DM within min) 30 2.
Big trefoil grows in warmer, wetter areas than birdsfoot trefoil.
In Morocco, in the late 1980s, Beuselinck discovered wild birdsfoot trefoil that produces rhizomes - underground runners that allow the plant to spread to new sites.
Root diseases have retarded the popularity of birdsfoot trefoil in the United States.
Birdsfoot trefoil contains a natural antibloating compound known as tannin.
In other research, Beuselinck found that birdsfoot trefoil and tall rescue grass make good companions.
Birdsfoot trefoil has higher nutritional quality than alfalfa and doesn't decrease in quality as the plant matures the way alfalfa does.
Even with all its desirable qualities, birdsfoot trefoil doesn't enjoy immense popularity as a forage crop.