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Diet shifts towards meat and the effects on cereal use: can we feed the animals in 2030?

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  • Keyzer, M.A.
  • Merbis, M.D.
  • Pavel, I.F.P.W.
  • van Wesenbeeck, C.F.A.

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  • Keyzer, M.A. & Merbis, M.D. & Pavel, I.F.P.W. & van Wesenbeeck, C.F.A., 2005. "Diet shifts towards meat and the effects on cereal use: can we feed the animals in 2030?," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 55(2), pages 187-202, November.
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