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Effect of the forage crop stand height at the beginning of grazing on the chemical composition and nutritive value of legumes and grasses of cultivated pastures



Effect of the forage crop stand height at the beginning of grazing on the chemical composition and nutritive value of legumes and grasses of cultivated pastures








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