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Factors limiting the intake of feed by sheep part 7 the digestion of a medium quality roughage and the effect of post ruminal infusion of casein on its consumption by young sheep



Factors limiting the intake of feed by sheep part 7 the digestion of a medium quality roughage and the effect of post ruminal infusion of casein on its consumption by young sheep



Australian Journal Of Agricultural Research: 387-397




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