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The use of a soya bean additive (okara) in calf feeding



The use of a soya bean additive (okara) in calf feeding



Zootechnic science of Belarus 36: 285-289



Young cattle were fed on diets containing 18% okara (on a DM basis) which improved nutrient digestibility and increased liveweight gain by 16.3% over controls.

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