01 Apr 2022
Original study | 01 Apr 2022
Long-term administration of a commercial supplement enriched with bioactive compounds does not affect feed intake, health status, and growth performances in beef cattle
Marica Simoni et al.
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Subject: Animal nutrition | Animal: Cattle
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