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Body composition studies with the milk-fed lamb. 1. Chemical composition and calorific content of the body and organs of newly-born lambs



Body composition studies with the milk-fed lamb. 1. Chemical composition and calorific content of the body and organs of newly-born lambs



J. Agric. Sci, 75: 273-277



Total body fat, protein, ash, moisture and energy were estimated in 43 male lambs which had been suckled on pasture for 2 to 5 days.

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