Relative Values Of Feeding-Stuffs

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1954
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French.M H
H. P. Ledger
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Much has been said and written in recent years of the need to make the maximum use of home-grown feeding-stuffs and to reduce to a minimum the quantities of concentrated foods purchased from outside the farm. This is sound advice but, for certain classes of livestock, certain forms of animal production, and under certain systems of livestock management, the purchase of animal foods may be essential if maximum economic output is to be achieved. Under such circumstances, farmers naturally desire to know what are the most economic foods for their particular purposes.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, xix (3), p. 150-151
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