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Reactions of feeder-fed dairy calves at the end of the milk-feed period to short-haul transport. Effects of calf age and rearing conditions on metabolic, haematological and hormonal variables



Reactions of feeder-fed dairy calves at the end of the milk-feed period to short-haul transport. Effects of calf age and rearing conditions on metabolic, haematological and hormonal variables



Translation Silsoe Research Institute ( 73): 7 pp.



This is an English translation of a German paper previously published in Landbauforschung Volkenrode (1998) 48 (3) 139-158.

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