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Studies on the nutritive influences of dietary fat in rations of growing pigs. 5. The influence of soybean oil and lard on the protein retention in piglets



Studies on the nutritive influences of dietary fat in rations of growing pigs. 5. The influence of soybean oil and lard on the protein retention in piglets



Archiv fur Tierernahrung = Archives of animal nutrition 34(2): 123-133




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