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US Corporate Tax Rate Cuts: Spillovers to the Irish Economy



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Reproductive efficiency and survival of Holstein-Friesian cows of divergent Economic Breeding Index, evaluated under seasonal calving pasture-based management.



Intake, efficiency, and feeding behavior characteristics of Holstein-Friesian cows of divergent Economic Breeding Index evaluated under contrasting pasture-based feeding treatments.



US Corporate Tax Rate Cuts: Spillovers to the Irish Economy


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Reproductive efficiency and survival of Holstein-Friesian cows of divergent Economic Breeding Index, evaluated under seasonal calving pasture-based management.


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The dual crisis in Irish foreign policy: the economic crash and Brexit in a volatile European landscape



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Intake, efficiency, and feeding behavior characteristics of Holstein-Friesian cows of divergent Economic Breeding Index evaluated under contrasting pasture-based feeding treatments.



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