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Meeting energy requirements of beef cattle with forages and concentrates--a mathematical approach to supplementation and economic evaluation of forages of different qualities



Meeting energy requirements of beef cattle with forages and concentrates--a mathematical approach to supplementation and economic evaluation of forages of different qualities



Proceedings of the Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference: (50th) 190-197




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