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Effect of the ratio of maize silage and supplemental mixture of starter type in feed ration on the growth rate of calves

Effect of the ratio of maize silage and supplemental mixture of starter type in feed ration on the growth rate of calves

Zivocisna vyroba Ceskoslovenska akademie zemedelska Ustav vedeckotechnickych informaci pro zemedelstvi 27(3): 175-180

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