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Performance and amino acid digestion in preruminant calves as influenced by substitution on nonmilk protein source in milk replacers



Performance and amino acid digestion in preruminant calves as influenced by substitution on nonmilk protein source in milk replacers



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 69(1): 291




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