Snelle meetmethoden als managementinstrument bij de teelt van ruwvoer

M.W.J. Stienezen, G.J. Kasper, G. Holshof, G.J. Molema, A.G.T. Schut, J.J. Meuleman, M.C.J. Smits

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    Quick measuring methods as management tools in the production of roughage. The most promising technique is spectroscopy, which can be applied in on-line analysis methods for measuring dry matter yield and feed value of silage and grass and which can be available for use within 5 years as a management tool in the production of roughage on dairy farms. Conceptual spectroscopy seems the best technique under the conditions mentioned for measuring feed value. The use of spectroscopy in a dotted measurement seems to be the best technique for measuring dry matter yield.
    Original languageDutch
    Place of PublicationLelystad
    PublisherAnimal Sciences Group
    Number of pages59
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    NamePraktijkRapport / Animal Sciences Group, Praktijkonderzoek : Rundvee
    PublisherAnimal Sciences Group


    • roughage
    • dairy farming
    • dry matter
    • nutritive value
    • crop production
    • measurement
    • spectroscopy
    • farm management

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