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Influence of source of rumen escape protein rep on growth feed efficiency and nutrient digestibility in weaned dairy calves



Influence of source of rumen escape protein rep on growth feed efficiency and nutrient digestibility in weaned dairy calves



Journal of Animal Science 69(SUPPL 1): 527




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