Mrs Naomi Gordon
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Nitrogen and fatty acid rumen metabolism in cattle offered high or low polyphenol oxidase red clover silageLee, M. R. F., Fychan, R., Tweed, J. K. S., Gordon, N., Theobald, V., Yadav, R. & Marshall, A., 2018 , In : Animal.
Assessment of dietary ratios of red clover and corn silages on milk production and milk quality in dairy cowsMoorby, J. M., Ellis, N. M. & Davies, D. R., 2016 , In : Journal of Dairy Science.99, 10, p. 7982-799211 p.
Effects of two different soil management treatments on forage yield, botanical and chemical composition.Fychan, R., Scott, M. B., Gordon, N. M., Leyland, M., Sanderson, R. & Marley, C. L., 2013 , Proceedings of the British Grassland Society 11th Research Conference, Dumfries, Scotland, UK : Science and Practice for Grass-based Systems.British Grassland Society, 1 p.
The effects of two different soil management treatments on forage dry matter, fermentation characteristics and silage quality during the first harvest yearMarley, C. L., Fychan, R., Gordon, N. M., Leyland, M. & Sanderson, R., 2011 .
The potential of grass silage with contrating polyphenol oxidase activity versus red clover to protect C18 polyunsaturated fatty acid across the rumen of beef steersLee, M. R., Gordon, N., Tweed, J., Theobald, V., Fychan, A. & Scollan, N., 2011 , p. 426. 1 p.