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Eco-n adoption patterns and strategies of South Island dairy farmers
(Lincoln University, 2011)
The most common form of pollution from New Zealand dairy farming is nitrogen, in the form of nitrates, being leached into aquifers and waterways resulting in increased nitrate levels and eutrophication of water bodies. The ...
Effects of time of maize silage supplementation on herbage intake, milksolids production, nitrogen partitioning and rumen function of lactating dairy cows
(Lincoln University, 2014)
The effect of the time of maize silage supplementation relative to a short (4-5 hours) herbage meal on herbage dry matter (DM) intake, milksolids (MS) production, nitrogen (N) partitioning and rumen function of lactating ...