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Livestock  >  Dairy Cattle  >  PM 3067

Designing An Automatic Feeding System

Jennifer Bentley , Dan Huyser

Proper planning enhances performance when considering an automatic calf feeding system. Learn more with this publication.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 06/2014
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