Lambs grazing second generation annual pasture legumes arrowleaf clover, biserrula and bladder clover have similar growth rates in spring as lambs grazing lucerne pasture

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Second generation annual legumes, such as arrowleaf clover (AC; Trifolium vesiculosum Savi), bladder clover (BC; T.spumosum L.) and biserrula (B; Biserrula pelecinus L.) can maintain quality and high biomass production for extended periods (Hackney et al. 2013), so should support higher liveweight gain (LWG) than traditional species such as subterranean clover. However, studies comparing lamb growth rates of these legumes to traditional legumes are limited.The aim of the experiment was to assess the growth rates of lambs grazing pastures of AC (cv. Arrotas), BC (cv. Bartolo)and B (cv. Casbah) compared to lucerne (L; cv. SARDI 10).
Original languageEnglish
Pagesxxxii
Number of pages1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventAustralian Society of Animal production (ASAP) conference 2018 - Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga , Australia
Duration: 02 Jul 201805 Jul 2018
Conference number: 32nd
http://www.asap.asn.au/2018-conference/ (Conference website)

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ConferenceAustralian Society of Animal production (ASAP) conference 2018
Abbreviated titleFostering Innovation through the value chain
CountryAustralia
CityWagga Wagga
Period02/07/1805/07/18
OtherAnimal Production 2018 is the only multi-species animal science conference of its kind in Australia, covering sheep, beef cattle, dairy, pig, goat and poultry industries, as well as emerging animal industries This enables cross-industry learning, as it recognises the value of collaboration and that a problem in one industry may have been addressed in another. This year’s theme, "Fostering Innovation Through The Value Chain", aims to encourage producers, consultants and researchers to be innovative to meet growing market demands.
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Lambs grazing second generation annual pasture legumes arrowleaf clover, biserrula and bladder clover have similar growth rates in spring as lambs grazing lucerne pasture. / Watt, Lucinda; Krebs, Gaye; Piltz, John; Hackney, Belinda; Friend, Michael.

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