Cow and Calf Performance and Productivity of Improved Mountain Pastures in North Carolina (Bulletin 466), Mar. 1984
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- Cow and Calf Performance and Productivity of Improved Mountain Pastures in North Carolina (Bulletin 466), Mar. 1984
Community and Extension
Cattle -- Feeding and feeds
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- 24 pages
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- Burns, J. C. (Joseph C.) more info on Burns, J. C. (Joseph C.)
- North Carolina Agricultural Research Service more info on North Carolina Agricultural Research Service
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Mountains (N.C. : Region)
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NC Agricultural Research Service Bulletin: Issued by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service.
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