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Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential feed. II. Nylon bag ruminal digestibility of selected species



Short rotation, hardwood tree biomass as potential feed. II. Nylon bag ruminal digestibility of selected species



Research report Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station: (473) 40-44




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