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Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat

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Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat. / Haverkamp, Hilke; Kromker, Volker.

I: Praktische Tierarzt, Bind 92, Nr. 9, 01.09.2011, s. 804-812.

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Haverkamp, H & Kromker, V 2011, 'Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat', Praktische Tierarzt, bind 92, nr. 9, s. 804-812.

APA

Haverkamp, H., & Kromker, V. (2011). Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat. Praktische Tierarzt, 92(9), 804-812.

Vancouver

Haverkamp H, Kromker V. Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat. Praktische Tierarzt. 2011 sep 1;92(9):804-812.

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Haverkamp, Hilke ; Kromker, Volker. / Maschineller Milchentzug - Einfluss auf Eutergesund heit und Milchqualitat. I: Praktische Tierarzt. 2011 ; Bind 92, Nr. 9. s. 804-812.

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