Indian grazing conditions and the mineral contents of some Indian fodders
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Written in English



  • India.,
  • India


  • Minerals in animal nutrition -- India.,
  • Grasses -- India -- Composition.,
  • Forage plants -- India -- Composition.,
  • Grazing -- India.

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Bibliography: p. 48.

Statementby P. E. Lander.
SeriesThe Imperial Council of Agricultural Research. Miscellaneous bulletin,, no. 10
LC ClassificationsSF98.M5 L36
The Physical Object
Pagination71, 3 p.
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5343154M
LC Control Number72197269

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The available carbohydrate content in C1 and C2 were and g, and the in vivo GI was and %, respectively. The acceptability scores . Supply of concentrates up to kg/day/goat grazing natural pasture does not seem to modify the contents of volatile compounds, terpenes and flavour in milk, but it should reduce retinol content. Bright, bold Indian minerals are prized by many. Among these precious species are cavansite, stilbite, pentagonite, calcite, apophyllite, prehnite, calcite, mozartite, yugawaralite, sillimanite, thomsonite, and more. Several key localities include the Aurangabad Forest, Ahmadnagar, Mahodari, Jalgaon, Wagholi Quarry, Pashan Quarry, and others. Many are located within the . place in the weathering cycle under warm tropical conditions in the form of. This type of deposits is abundant in the Precambrian shield of Indian Peninsula. It represents insitu products of interaction of the stable crustal blocks with the dynamic atmosphere. Mechanical concentration of resistant minerals results in the formation of of.