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Intake nutrient digestibility and nitrogen retention by heifers fed direct cut alfalfa and orchard grass silages untreated or treated with formic acid and formaldehyde or anhydrous ammonia



Intake nutrient digestibility and nitrogen retention by heifers fed direct cut alfalfa and orchard grass silages untreated or treated with formic acid and formaldehyde or anhydrous ammonia



Journal of Animal Science 55(Suppl. 1): 425




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