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An economic analysis of various annual fodders

, : An economic analysis of various annual fodders. Acta Operativo Oeconomica (40): 55-69

An economic analysis of annual fodders such as green maize and hay is presented, with yields per ha, input costs and efficiency measures for each feed tabulated.

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