Fruit and vegetable discards preserved with sodium metabisulfite as a high-moisture ingredient in total mixed ration for ruminants: effect on in vitro ruminal fermentation and in vivo metabolism
Farhad Ahmadi (Ahmadi F), Won Hee Lee (Lee WH), Young-Kyoon Oh (Oh YK), Keunkyu Park (Park K), Wan Sup Kwak (Kwak WS)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2020;33(3):446-455.   Published online 2019 Oct 22     DOI:
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