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Variations of net requirements for cattle growth with liveweight, liveweight gain, breed and sex

Variations of net requirements for cattle growth with liveweight, liveweight gain, breed and sex

Energy and protein feeding standards applied to the rearing and finishing of beef cattle Proceedings of a seminar in the EEC programme of research on beef production, held in Theix, France, 13-16 November 1979: 99-118

A review, including a reanalysis (embodying additional material) of data reported in a study by Robelin and Geay A model for estimation of energy and protein retention in growing cattle is presented.

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