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The effects of methods of forage production on the farm on the nutritive value of the forage, with particular reference to protein quality



The effects of methods of forage production on the farm on the nutritive value of the forage, with particular reference to protein quality



Nowe Rolnictwo 24(12): 28-30



The type of forage, agronomic practices, particularly fertilizer application, and methods of conservation are discussed in relation to nutritive value and protein quality.

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