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Forage Offer and Nutritive Value of Elaeagnus angustifolia in North Patagonia, Argentina
Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering A
The presence and growth cycle of the browse Elaeagnus angustifolia (olivillo, Russian olive), naturalized in the Mid Valley, Rio Negro, Argentina, must be considered in the yearly schedule of rangeland management. Field observations showed that cattle prefer the leaves of this species that are included on the reproductive branches which develop as a thyrse inflorescence. In this trial, authors studied the incidence of E. angustifolia in the breeding cow's diet as determined by microhistologicaldoi:10.17265/2162-5298/2018.04.003 fatcat:zjrhwhnxvzb2lhtyuiklebu53a