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The effect of supplements of urea-salt-molasses on the winter performance of beef cattle on improved pastures at Samford, south-eastern Queensland



The effect of supplements of urea-salt-molasses on the winter performance of beef cattle on improved pastures at Samford, south-eastern Queensland



Aust. J. exp. Agric. Anim. Husb, 6: 21, 145-9. Bibl. 27



When liveweight changes after winter grazing on Chloris gayana and Setaria sphacelata with or without urea supplementation were adjusted for initial live-weight of the cattle, there were no significant differences between treatments.

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