The secret life of Og

June 2015
Prairie Farmer;Jun2015, Vol. 187 Issue 6, pBP6
An excerpt from the article "The Secret Life of Og" by Dan Crummett in the 1996 issue of "The Oklahoma Farmer" is presented which focuses on the understanding about ruminant nutrition.


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