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Effect of feeding intensity on fattening performance and nutritive value of crossbred male beef cattle

, : Effect of feeding intensity on fattening performance and nutritive value of crossbred male beef cattle. Kongressband 1993 Hamburg Vortrage zum Generalthema des 105 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 20-2591993 in Hamburg: Qualitat und Hygiene von Lebensmitteln in Produktion und Verarbeitung: 345-348

Results of longterm single feeding trials with Uckermark (Brandenburg province, Germany) beef cattle crossbred with German Black Pied Dairy or with meat bull x dairy cow crossbreds (beef cattle genes 50 to 75%) are compared with those of German Black Pied Dairy purebred bulls.

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