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Behaviour and state of health of cows and calves kept together or separately in the post partum period

, : Behaviour and state of health of cows and calves kept together or separately in the post partum period. Proceedings of the International Congress on Applied Ethology in Farm Animals Kiel 1984 edited by J Unshelm G van Putten and K Zeeb sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Food Agriculture and Forestry: 362


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