Treated Olive Cake as a Non-forage Fiber Source for Growing Awassi Lambs: Effects on Nutrient Intake, Rumen and Urine pH, Performance, and Carcass Yield
M. S. Awawdeh (Awawdeh MS), B. S. Obeidat (Obeidat BS)
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2013;26(5):661-667.   Published online 2013 May 1     DOI:
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