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Grass maturity effects on cattle fed silage-based diets. 1. Organic matter digestion, rumen fermentation and nitrogen utilization
Rinne, M.; Jaakkola, S.; Huhtanen, P.
Grass maturity effects on cattle fed silage-based diets. 2. Cell wall digestibility, digestion and passage kinetics
Rinne, M.; Huhtanen, P.; Jaakkola, S.
Microbial amino acid yield from in vitro incubation of cellulose or starch with rumen fluid
Guzzon, P.; Stefanon, B.; Mills, C.R.; Susmel, P.
Toxicity, tissue accumulation and residue in egg and excreta of copper in laying hens
Chiou, P.W.; Chen, K.; Bi, Y.
The effect of spreading sodium bicarbonate over the surface of grass silage on the intake of grass silages by beef cattle
Dawson, L.E.R.; Steen, R.W.J.
Effect of ammonia and urea treatments on digestibility and nitrogen content of dehydrated lucerne
Ballet, N.; Besle, J.M.; demarquilly, C.
The effect of dietary molybdenum supplementation on tissue copper concentrations, mohair fibre and carcass characteristics of growing Angora goats
Galbraith, H.; Chigwada, W.; Scaife, J.R.; Humphries, W.R.
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