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The interaction between genetic ability of cows and level of feeding on milk production and efficiency of feed utilization



The interaction between genetic ability of cows and level of feeding on milk production and efficiency of feed utilization



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(2): 509



When the grain content of the ration of dairy cows was reduced and the roughage content was increased, no significant sire X ration interaction was found for milk production or food conversion efficiency.

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