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Influence of level of nutrition during late pregnancy on reproductive productivity of red deer I. Adult and primiparous hinds gestating red deer calves



Influence of level of nutrition during late pregnancy on reproductive productivity of red deer I. Adult and primiparous hinds gestating red deer calves



Animal Reproduction Science 86(3-4): 261-283



The present study aimed to relate feed intake of red deer hinds during late pregnancy to dam body condition, fetal development and calf growth.

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PMID: 15766805

DOI: 10.1016/j.anireprosci.2004.07.012


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