Figs for dairy cows: Substandard figs in feed give orchard by-product new value
AuthorWm. H. Alison
Author AffiliationsWm. H. Alison is Farm Advisor, Merced County.
Hilgardia 3(11):7-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v003n11p7. November 1949.
By-products of one branch of agriculture can be utilized to great advantage by another group of farmers.
Alison W. 1949. Figs for dairy cows: Substandard figs in feed give orchard by-product new value. Hilgardia 3(11):7-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v003n11p7
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