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Effect of fungus and nitrogen fertilization of fescue on serum prolactin in angus and brahman cross steers



Effect of fungus and nitrogen fertilization of fescue on serum prolactin in angus and brahman cross steers



Journal of Animal Science 65(Suppl. 1): 49




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