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Determination of feed composition of cattle on Sudano-Sahelian pastures (Senegal) from the proportion of plant epidermis in the faeces



Determination of feed composition of cattle on Sudano-Sahelian pastures (Senegal) from the proportion of plant epidermis in the faeces



Annales de Zootechnie 42(2): 194-195



Proportion of plant epidermis in faeces of cattle grazing Sudano-Sahelian pasture varied according to sample preparation between animals in the same herd and between days.

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