Growth Performance of Growing-Finishing Pigs Fed Diets Supplemented with Chinese Cottonseed Meal Based on Amino Acid Digestibilities
Defa Li (Li D), X. X. Xu (Xu XX), S. Y. Qiao (Qiao SY), C. T. Zheng (Zheng CT), Y. Chen (Chen Y), X. S. Piao (Piao XS), In K. Han (Han IK), P. Thacker (Thacker P)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2000;13(4):521-527.   Published online 2000 Apr 1     DOI:
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