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Influence of condensed tannin supplementation on intake, ruminal and total digestibility, rate of digestion, and urinary excretion of urea and total nitrogen of beef steers fed high concentrate diet



Influence of condensed tannin supplementation on intake, ruminal and total digestibility, rate of digestion, and urinary excretion of urea and total nitrogen of beef steers fed high concentrate diet



Journal of Dairy Science 93: 137-138




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