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  • Cattle stall-feeding in the Mandara Mountains Region.

    Mandara Plateau mosaic 2008

  • She made inquiry about four-crop rotation, and endeavoured, with Bunce, to go into the great subject of stall-feeding.

    The Belton Estate 2004

  • ASIEGBU, J.E. and ANUGWA, F.O.I. (1988) Seasonal availability, physical and chemical characteristics of four major browse plants used for stall-feeding of livestock in eastern Nigeria.

    Chapter 6 1994

  • "He's a fat Norfolk farmer, with not an idea beyond the virtues of stall-feeding."

    Can You Forgive Her? 1993

  • Controlled grazing or cutting grass for stall-feeding can be used to minimize the amount of flammable dry grasses in the forest.

    6. Maintaining plantations 1993

  • The right of turbary, which nearly every tenancy possesses, is the one thing which has kept this population from starvation, and in the case of seaside tenancies a further gain accrues from the use made of seaweed as manure, which, owing to the absence of stall-feeding, is only to be obtained in this way.

    Ireland and the Home Rule Movement Michael F. J. McDonnell

  • The Highlanders on our land are not profitable; they are of such a restless disposition that they are unsuitable for stall-feeding, however well they are adapted for grazing purposes in certain localities and under certain conditions.

    Cattle and Cattle-breeders William M'Combie

  • The aged West Highlanders were sent to the wood during winter; the year-old Highlanders were put into the strawyards; and the four-year-old Aberdeens were bought for stall-feeding.

    Cattle and Cattle-breeders William M'Combie

  • It appears from these and other similar instances of soiling, or stall-feeding in summer on green crops cut for the purpose, that the largely increased quantity of the yield fully compensates for the slightly deteriorated quality.

    Cattle and Their Diseases Embracing Their History and Breeds, Crossing and Breeding, And Feeding and Management; With the Diseases to which They are Subject, And The Remedies Best Adapted to their Cure Robert Jennings

  • Hence, the peculiar advantage of stall-feeding, in which the animal is confined to one spot, and the more thoroughly it can be kept still, the greater will be the economy of food.

    Elements of Agricultural Chemistry Thomas Anderson


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