Sudan grass as a valuable forage crop

  • S. E. Drozdov Candidate of Agricultural Sciences
  • S. F. Khalin Candidate of Agricultural Sciences Institute of Animal Science NAAS
Keywords: sudanese grass, alfalfa, sainfoin, fodder crop, productivity, climate change


This article highlights the experimental research results on productivity and chemical composition of Sudan grass in comparison with Alfalfa and Hungarian sainfoin. Yield of green mass, yield of dry matter, available metabolic energy and crude protein per unit of land area are determined.


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How to Cite
Drozdov, S. E., & Khalin, S. F. (1). Sudan grass as a valuable forage crop. Feeds and Feed Production, (77), 105-109. Retrieved from