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The DDR system of feed evaluation. Indices of feed value and feed requirement for feeding and feed planning, with a guide to their use



The DDR system of feed evaluation. Indices of feed value and feed requirement for feeding and feed planning, with a guide to their use



Das DDR Futterbewertungssystem Kennzahlen des Futterwertes und Futterbedarfs fur Futterung und Futterplanung mit einer Anleitung zu ihrem Gebrauch: 255



The Preface to this publication says: "The contents.. will profoundly influence the work of many and will naturally give indications for improvement to many professionally concerned with its details". It is in essence no more than an extension and modification of the Kellner system of expressing feed value in terms of proximate principles, digestible nutrients and energy value as Starch Equivalent.

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