Different versions of silage in which 10-30% was formed by twigs of trees from current growth or 10-40% pine bark free of cork were drawn up. These two kinds of food and two others: dried shoots of woody plants and fresh pine bark, were used during the period from 1976-1979 for supplementary winter fodder for red deer in an enclosure, and for roe-deer, fallow der and red deer in 4 open biotopes in the lowland forest in Poland.
|Food preferences of deer in relation to winter fodder including woody plants||2020-10-02|
Jaczewski, Zbigniew (1928–2006)
Matrai, K. Kabai, P.
Borowski, S. Kossak, S.
Dimery, N. J. Ker, R. F. Alexander, R. McN.