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Nutritive value of three tropical forage legumes and their influence on growth performance, carcass traits and organ weights of pigs

Bibliographic reference Kambashi, Bienvenu ; Kalala, Gaetan ; Dochain, Denis ; Mafwila, Jacques ; Rollin, Xavier ; et. al. Nutritive value of three tropical forage legumes and their influence on growth performance, carcass traits and organ weights of pigs. In: Tropical Animal Health and Production, Vol. 48, p. 1165-1173 (2016)
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