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Effects of chopping grass silage and of mixing silage with concentrate on feed intake and performance in pregnant and lactating ewes and in growing lambs



Effects of chopping grass silage and of mixing silage with concentrate on feed intake and performance in pregnant and lactating ewes and in growing lambs



Small Ruminant Research 116(2-3): 78-87




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DOI: 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2013.11.010


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