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|Abstract:||This study investigated the potential of a mixed herb sward to improve production of multiple-bearingewes and their offspring compared to a ryegrass dominant sward. Forty four twin-bearing (twin) and 42 triplet-bearing (triplet) mixed-aged Romney ewesthat were a maximum of 140 days pregnant (P140) were randomly allocated to one of two nutritional treatments being: a mix of chicory, plantain, white and red clover (Herb), or a ryegrass dominant sward (Ryegrass) to form the following groups: twin Ryegrass n = 22, triplet Ryegrass n = 20, twin Herb n = 22 and triplet Herb n = 22.|
|Appears in Collections:||NPARR Vol.2(2) [April 2011]|
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