- Widening the harvest window of ley by increasing stubble height Could impaired nutritional quality from delayed harvest of ley be counteracted by increasing the stubble height drastically and how would the total annual yield and quality then be affected?
- Can the red algae Asparagopsis taxiformis reduce methane production in dairy cows? In this project, the effect of red algae on methane production and on the feed digestibility for Swedish dairy cows is tested.
- The organic dairy farm as a carbon sink Added value from biochar
- Improved utilization of regionally grown protein feeds for Swedish dairy cows The goal with this project was to make it possible for Swedish dairy farms to replace imported, soy based protein feed with on farm processed concentrate based on home-grown or regionally grown Swedish protein sources as field beans, peas and rapeseed.
- Drinking water intake as an estimate of feed intake, optimal milk urea concentration and health in dairy cows The project aimed to investigate whether the response in drinking water intake at group level and individually was equal for potassium and sodium salts, how large the response in milk urea content was and what opportunities there are to use drinking water intake for estimating feed intake in dairy cows.
- Losses due to heating at feed-out of silage Method for studying how the crop's natural microflora affects heating when opening the silo.
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