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Agricultural Economics and Statistics Division




Annual Report on research and technical work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland 1982: 57-80

Agricultural Economics and Statistics Division

Research is reported on topics including: utilized M.E. from grasslands with analysis of stocking rate, concentrate usage and provision of energy from grassland for each yr in the period 1970-80; and a comparison of 6 feeding systems for finishing store lambs.


Accession: 001158883



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