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A feeding-trial procedure was employed as a means for estimating the net energy value of feedstuffs for milk production, using an adaptation of the feed increment principle. The reported observations were made over a period of three years in four trials with Latin-square designs. Basal rations made up of 70 per cent alfalfa and 30 per cent barley were tested against increments of alfalfa hay, barley, dried beet pulp, dried beet pulp with molasses, dried beet pulp with concentrated Steffen'sdoi:10.3733/hilg.v36n10p379 fatcat:pa36bnhngjallcidwuysbgt5qq