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Development of rumen activity in buffalo calves fed on maternal milk or reconstituted milk



Development of rumen activity in buffalo calves fed on maternal milk or reconstituted milk



Buffalo Newsletter (19): 3-7



Two groups of 6 male buffalo calves were fed on maternal milk (MM) and reconstituted milk (RM); three animals of each group were slaughtered at 60 days, and the remaining at 90 d.

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