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Effect of different levels of Morus alba on the voluntary intake and growth of kids



Effect of different levels of Morus alba on the voluntary intake and growth of kids



Pastos y Forrajes 24(4): 347-352



A study was conducted to evaluate the inclusion of the mulberry forage (Morus alba) as supplement in the ration of weaned kids. 20 weaned kids (10.2 kg of live weight (LW) and average age of 3 months) were studied.

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