Comparative evaluation of the effect of different additives of yeast cultures and mixture of maize silage with barley and maize fodder flour

  • A. V. Bezpalko
  • O. Y. Beznosiuk Institute of Feed Research and Agriculture of Podillya NAASU
Keywords: yeast cultures, digestibility, nutrients


The article highlights the experimental research data on the influence of feeding yeast cultures of domestic and foreign production on the digestibility of feed nutrients.


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How to Cite
Bezpalko, A. V., & Beznosiuk, O. Y. (1). Comparative evaluation of the effect of different additives of yeast cultures and mixture of maize silage with barley and maize fodder flour. Feeds and Feed Production, (78), 108-112. Retrieved from