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Comparative digestibility of wheat, maize and sugar beet pulp non-starch polysaccharides in adult sows and growing pigs



Comparative digestibility of wheat, maize and sugar beet pulp non-starch polysaccharides in adult sows and growing pigs



Laplace, J -P, Fevrier, C, Barbeau, A EAAP Publication; Digestive physiology in pigs: 571-574




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