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ICAR-Indian Grassland and Fodder Research InstituteICAR-Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute
(Indian Council of Agricultural Research)
Near Pahuj Dam, Gwalior Road, Jhansi - 284 003 (UP) India
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  Technologies Developed
Plant Animal Relationship / Technologies Developed
 
 
 
icon Forage based feeding systems with low cost concentrates for high yielding dairy animals, reducing around 20% in feed cost per kg of milk

icon Fibrolytic enzyme treatment improved digestibility (6-10 percent) and TDN (10%) in crop residue (wheat straw) based diets.

icon Complete feed blocks feeding increased live weight gain (35 %) and milk yield (14-15%).

icon Optimization of forage supplementation in diets of animals by mixing of green forages and cereal straws/ stovers in a ratio of 40-60: 60-40 (on DM basis), respectively.

icon Rotational system of grazing practices for sustainable grassland and animal production, realizing the highest net returns (Rs. 15087=00/ha) in a year.

icon Stylo meal as concentrate replacer in ruminant's diet- Replacement of concentrate mixture upto 75% in milch cows sustained 6-7 kg daily milk yield without any adverse effect.

icon Area-specific mineral mixture for improvement in productive (19% more milk yield) and reproductive performances (64.7% of anoestrus cows showed estrus and 90.9% of them conceived).

icon Organic milk production: Indigenous breeds of cattle viz. Tharparkar, Sahiwal and Gir has been raised solely on farm produced feeds and fodder following organic agronomic practices. Thus production of safe milk is going on with sustainable use of natural resources.
 
 
 
 
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