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|Fiber source and inclusion level affects characteristics of excreta from growing pigs|
|Conference Thando Mpendulo, Michael Chimonyo, Saymore Petros Ndou, Archibold Garikayi Bakare|
Anim Biosci. 2018;31(5):755-762. Published online February 26, 2015
Fiber source and inclusion level affects characteristics of excreta from growing pigs
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