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Proceedings 1973. Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers

, : Proceedings 1973. Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers. Proceedings 1973 Cornell Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers:

Papers presented at the conference included the following: Utilization of complete feeds by dairy cattle, by N.E. Smith (pp. 35-39); Methods to reduce rumen ammonia levels in dairy cows, by C.E. Coppock (pp. 72-76); Nonspecific nitrogen for ruminants and nonruminants, by W.J.


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