Baled vs. cubed alfalfa hay, for ewes and lambs
Author AffiliationsFremont L. (Monte) Bell is Farm Advisor, University of California Agricultural Extension Service, Glenn and Butte counties.
Hilgardia 21(11):2-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n11p2. November 1967.
Ewes and lambs fed cubed alfalfa wasted 10.5% less hay and gained 6.4 Ibs more per pair than those fed an equal amount and quality of baled hay, in this 44-day test—resulting in a $3.05-per-ton feed value advantage for the cubes.
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