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Abstracts of papers presented at the Eastern Divisional Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association, July 16th-18th, 1972, New Hampshire University, Durham


, : Abstracts of papers presented at the Eastern Divisional Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association, July 16th-18th, 1972, New Hampshire University, Durham. Journal of Dairy Science 55(9): 1327-1331

Braund, D.G.; Dolge, K.L.; Production responses to thyroprotein : 1328.Gaunt, S.N. Relationship of culling percent and production : 1329.Haenlein, G.F.W.; Zikakis, J.P.; Tung, S.

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