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Effect of addition of formic and acetic acids or acidol on the quality, chemical composition and in vitro dry matter digestibility of meadow forage silages



Effect of addition of formic and acetic acids or acidol on the quality, chemical composition and in vitro dry matter digestibility of meadow forage silages



Roczniki naukowe zootechniki = Polish journal of animal science and technology(1): 115-124




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