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The utilization of urea derivatives by sheep. 2. Suitability of chemically defined urea-formaldehyde compounds (resins) as a slow-release urea in the rumen



The utilization of urea derivatives by sheep. 2. Suitability of chemically defined urea-formaldehyde compounds (resins) as a slow-release urea in the rumen



Indian journal of agricultural research 17(2): 93-97




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