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Recommended nutrient allowances for domestic animals. 5. Recommended nutrient allowances for sheep



Recommended nutrient allowances for domestic animals. 5. Recommended nutrient allowances for sheep



Recommended nutrient allowances for domestic animals. 5. Recommended nutrient allowances for sheep, 24



The report collates all available reliable experimental work on the nutrition and feeding of sheep and presents it in a form suitable for practical use. In calculating allowances, maintance. growth, lactation, wool growth, feed quality and climatic conditions have been taken into consideration.

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