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Post weaning body mass gain of 4 breeds of steers on different nutritional levels

, : Post weaning body mass gain of 4 breeds of steers on different nutritional levels. South African Journal of Animal Science 7(3): 191-194

The breeds, Afrikaner, Hereford, Bonsmara and Simmenthal, were compared on poor [South African] veld, unsupplemented and supplemented veld and on a high concentrate ration.

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Eloff, H.; Ludemann, C., 1977: Post weaning body mass gain of four breeds of steers on different nutritional levels. South African journal of animal science Suid Afrikaanse tydskrif vir veekunde: (3) 191-193

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