The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages.

Stephanie Knott, L.J. Cummins, B.J. Leury, F.R. Dunshea

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBritish Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006
PublisherBritish Society of Animal Science
Pages153
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Knott, S., Cummins, L. J., Leury, B. J., & Dunshea, F. R. (2006). The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages. In British Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006 (pp. 153). British Society of Animal Science.
Knott, Stephanie ; Cummins, L.J. ; Leury, B.J. ; Dunshea, F.R. / The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages. British Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006. British Society of Animal Science, 2006. pp. 153
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Knott, S, Cummins, LJ, Leury, BJ & Dunshea, FR 2006, The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages. in British Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006. British Society of Animal Science, pp. 153.

The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages. / Knott, Stephanie; Cummins, L.J.; Leury, B.J.; Dunshea, F.R.

British Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006. British Society of Animal Science, 2006. p. 153.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

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Knott S, Cummins LJ, Leury BJ, Dunshea FR. The importance of body composition in explaining variation in feed conversion efficiency and residual feed intake between meat sheep at two different ages. In British Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting - York, March 2006. British Society of Animal Science. 2006. p. 153