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Effect of formaldehyde and formic acid treatment of orchard grass silage and protein supplementation on energy and nitrogen retention of holstein steers



Effect of formaldehyde and formic acid treatment of orchard grass silage and protein supplementation on energy and nitrogen retention of holstein steers



Journal of Animal Science 49(Suppl. 1): 414-415




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