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Studies on the fatty liver problem in laying hens part 1 the effect of high energy and restrictive feeding on body weight production blood fat level and total liver lipid in caged hens at the beginning of the laying period


Studies on the fatty liver problem in laying hens part 1 the effect of high energy and restrictive feeding on body weight production blood fat level and total liver lipid in caged hens at the beginning of the laying period



Zentralblatt fuer Veterinaermedizin Reihe A 20(2): 116-127




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The fatty liver problem in the laying hen. I. Effect of high energy and restrictive feeding on body weight, production, blood lipid level, and total lipid content of the liver in caged hens at the beginning of the laying period. Zentralblatt für Veterinarmedizin. Reihe a 20(2): 116-127, 1973

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