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Do Organic Livestock Farms Differ from Low-Input Conventional Ones? Insights Based on Beef Cattle in Southern Europe

By Alfredo J. Escribano, Paula Gaspar, Francisco J. Mesías and Miguel Escribano

Submitted: July 11th 2016Reviewed: August 3rd 2016Published: January 11th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/65094

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Alfredo J. Escribano, Paula Gaspar, Francisco J. Mesías and Miguel Escribano (January 11th 2017). Do Organic Livestock Farms Differ from Low-Input Conventional Ones? Insights Based on Beef Cattle in Southern Europe, Livestock Science Selim Sekkin, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/65094. Available from:

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