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1999Comparison of methods used to predict the in vivo digestibility of feeds in ruminantsKitessa, S; Flinn, P. C; Irish, G. G
2000Current and potential use of NIR in the fodder and grain industries: a ruminant's perspectiveFlinn, Peter
2002Current NIR developments in the Premium Grains for Livestock ProgramFlinn, Peter
Jan-2004Doubled Haploids in Wheat Breeding – Successes in Canada and AustraliaHowes, Neil; Value Added Wheat CRC
2005Evaluation of various NIR instruments for estimating grain quality for livestockFlinn, P; Openshaw, S. R; Blakeney, A. B
2002Implementing NIR grain quality testing for the feedlot industry: what are the options?Flinn, Peter
2001NIR: a key component of the Premium Grains for Livestock ProjectFlinn, Peter
2002Opportunities and challenges in implementing NIR grain calibrations for the feedlot IndustryFlinn, P. C; Blakeney, A. B
1999Potential methodologies and strategies for the rapid assessment of feed-grain qualityWrigley, C. W
2003Premium grains for livestock: an update on NIR calibration development and implementationFlinn, Peter
2000Recent developments in improving the prediction of digestibility of feed grainsFlinn, P. C; Heazlewood, P. G; Dalton, S. L
1999A review of methods for assessing the protein value of grain fed to ruminantsWhite, Colin; Ashes, John
2004Where Angels fear to tread: a comparison of NIR instruments for estimating grain quality for livestockFlinn, P. C; Blakeney, A. B; Openshaw, S. R
1998Why do NIR results vary?Ronalds, John; Johnson, Clare (ed); Quality Wheat CRC
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