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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Keywords

Western Australia, Silage

First Page Number

49

Last Page Number

54

Abstract

If we are to achieve greater production in the dairying sphere— and the urgent need for such increases has been heavily emphasised in recent years—we must have more and better conserved fodder. Dairying is difficult in Western Australia, for we usually have only three to four months in which green feed is plentiful and this is followed by a prolonged "lean period" only alleviated by summer crops and irrigated pastures in very restricted areas.

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