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A note on in vivo comparison of a urea-formaldehyde molasses complex and urea molasses mixes as sole nitrogen supplements to a wheat chaff ration for steers



A note on in vivo comparison of a urea-formaldehyde molasses complex and urea molasses mixes as sole nitrogen supplements to a wheat chaff ration for steers



Animal Production 36(2): 309-311



A urea-formaldehyde-molasses complex seemed to be a promising slow ammonia-releasing urea derivative in studies in vitro. It was compared with urea-molasses mixtures as a non-protein nitrogen supplement to a wheat chaff ration for steers.

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