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Meat hygiene and feed technology studies of the use of industrial dried laying-hen excreta for fattening beef cattle. 2. Fattening performance, in fattening beef cattle, of 2 feeding trials with laying-hen manure



Meat hygiene and feed technology studies of the use of industrial dried laying-hen excreta for fattening beef cattle. 2. Fattening performance, in fattening beef cattle, of 2 feeding trials with laying-hen manure



Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 98(3): 81-85




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