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Grain-and-grass concentrate in diets for fattening young bulls

, : Grain-and-grass concentrate in diets for fattening young bulls. Kormlenie i soderzhanie krupnogo rogatogo skota: 135-140

Young Simmental bulls were given a traditional diet or a diet containing a concentrate of whole barley and oats.

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