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A new experimental system for estimating net energy (ENES) of diets and ingredients and net energy requirements of animals in relation to the nutritive level of the diet



A new experimental system for estimating net energy (ENES) of diets and ingredients and net energy requirements of animals in relation to the nutritive level of the diet



Tecnica Agricola 33(3/4): 103-146



After a discussion of the current methods of estimating energy value of feeds and energy requirements of animals and their disadvantages a new method, the experimental net energy system (ENES), is proposed.

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