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Digestible energy requirements for body weight maintenance and gain of beef steers Feed efficiency, models



Digestible energy requirements for body weight maintenance and gain of beef steers Feed efficiency, models



Technical bulletin Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station: 983 (116)




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