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Voluntary intake and milk production of dairy cows by feeding maize silage: effect of cutting height and of supplementation with hay, urea or brewers grains



Voluntary intake and milk production of dairy cows by feeding maize silage: effect of cutting height and of supplementation with hay, urea or brewers grains








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