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Size of foetuses and placentae from primiparous, 15monthold, Angus heifers fed for moderate or low liveweight gain for 21 days prior to insemination and for the first trimester of pregnancy



Size of foetuses and placentae from primiparous, 15monthold, Angus heifers fed for moderate or low liveweight gain for 21 days prior to insemination and for the first trimester of pregnancy



New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 52(1): 31-37




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