green oats

green oats

[′grēn ¦ōts]
(agriculture)
Oat crops before separating and grading.
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At the end of the report the general put before him for signature a paper relating to the recovery of payment from army commanders for green oats mown down by the soldiers, when landowners lodged petitions for compensation.
The ostler at a roadside public-house was holding a pail of water to refresh my horses, when a cart of very green oats, newly reaped, passed by, and he remarked, - 'Yon's frough Gimmerton, nah
Green oats are cut in Gilgit and Chilas when no other green feed is available.
Feeding green oats to cows reported that forage yield dry matter yield and crude fiber increased with advancing maturity while crude protein declined.
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In line with Frutarom's drive for safety and quality, dozens of different varieties of green oats were screened for their activity in various Central Nervous System (CNS) test systems that examined various targets associated with the traditional uses of green oats.
Although green oat herb preparations have traditionally been used to support mental fitness and cognitive function since medieval times, the ability to utilize these properties in modern-day nutraceuticals, food supplements and functional foods is contingent on solid scientific evidence.
Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar and were fed under a conventional feeding system with concentrate mixture, mixed fodder of green oats and oats hay as per requirements (NRC, 1989).
9 Bypass fat (calcium salts of Nutrients Green oats palm oil +oats hay fatty acids) Ingredient composition (%) Dairy feed * Calcium salts of palm oil fatty acids Proximate composition (% DM basis) Dry matter 24.
We also give them green oats, cabbage and other vegetable scraps from the truck patch, and weeds