Nutritional implications of work in draught animals.


Draught animals have not been used to any great extent in agriculture in the developed countries since the introduction of tractor power in the 1930s and the rapid expansion of agricultural mechanization over the succeeding decades. In the Third World, however, draught-animal power continues to make an important contribution to rural and urban economies. In… (More)


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@article{Pearson1994NutritionalIO, title={Nutritional implications of work in draught animals.}, author={R. A. Pearson and J. T. Dijkman}, journal={The Proceedings of the Nutrition Society}, year={1994}, volume={53 1}, pages={169-79} }