The use of faecal near infra-red spectroscopy to predict dietary digestibility and crude protein content for cattle fed supplements

Gibbs, S.J., Coates, D.B., Poppi, D. P., McLennan, S. R. and Dixon, R.M. (2002). The use of faecal near infra-red spectroscopy to predict dietary digestibility and crude protein content for cattle fed supplements. In: D.K. Revell and D. Taplin, Animal Production in Australia. ASAP 24th Biennial Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, (299-299). 7-11 July 2002.

Author Gibbs, S.J.
Coates, D.B.
Poppi, D. P.
McLennan, S. R.
Dixon, R.M.
Title of paper The use of faecal near infra-red spectroscopy to predict dietary digestibility and crude protein content for cattle fed supplements
Conference name ASAP 24th Biennial Conference
Conference location Adelaide, South Australia
Conference dates 7-11 July 2002
Proceedings title Animal Production in Australia
Place of Publication Adelaide, South Australia
Publisher Australian Society of Animal Production
Publication Year 2002
Sub-type Oral presentation
ISSN 0728-5965
Editor D.K. Revell
D. Taplin
Volume 24
Start page 299
End page 299
Total pages 1
Collection year 2002
Subjects EX
300403 Animal Nutrition
630103 Beef cattle
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

 
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