Silage as a part ration for horses and mules or various ages under varying conditions
Text from page 174: This was an initial effort to feed silage as a part ration to horses and mules of various ages and under varying conditions at the Missouri Experiment Station. The data in the 1915-1916 tests are not sufficient to make possible conclusions for each of the groups. Corn silage of good quality, made from comparatively mature corn, properly put into the silo, containing no moldy, frozen or rotten parts may be fed in limited quantities to horses of various ages under varyimg conditions.
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