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Symposium on Pasture Methods for Maximum Production in Beef Cattle: effect of grazing management on animal and area output



Symposium on Pasture Methods for Maximum Production in Beef Cattle: effect of grazing management on animal and area output



Journal of animal science: 30 (1) 153-158




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DOI: 10.2527/jas1970.301153x


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