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Role of input self-sufficiency in the economic and environmental sustainability of specialised dairy farms

Bibliographic reference Lebacq, Thérésa ; Baret, Philippe ; Stilmant, Didier. Role of input self-sufficiency in the economic and environmental sustainability of specialised dairy farms. In: Animal : the international journal of animal biosciences, , p. 9 p. (2014)
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