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  1. Vol. 50 No. 3, p. 117-119
    Received: June 24, 1957



Measuring Palatability Differences in Tall Fescue by Grazing Sheep1

  1. R. G. Petersen,
  2. P. H. Weswig and
  3. J. R. Cowan2



Consistent differences in apparent palatability among 20 genotypes of tall fescue were demonstrated by observing the behavior of a number of sheep grazing a replicated small-plot nursery. This observational technique was found to be preferred to clipping a sample of forage before and after grazing and estimating palatability by difference.

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