Subject: pheasants; breeding; animal nutrition; meat; biological value; human nutrition
mesheuropmc: food and beverages
The life of game birds (pheasants) in nature is coupled with a number of difficulties in all seasons of the year. This refers
to finding food, breeding, laying eggs, raising the young, fleeing from their natural enemies and lack of protection
from unfavorable clim... View more
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