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Effects of liveweight gain of 15monthold Angus heifers during the first trimester of pregnancy on liveweight and milk intake of their calves



Effects of liveweight gain of 15monthold Angus heifers during the first trimester of pregnancy on liveweight and milk intake of their calves



New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 52(1): 39-46




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DOI: 10.1080/00288230909510487


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