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Feed intake variations between animals are reviewed according to liveweight, fatness, breed, sex, previous growth and production systems. In generally they appear to be great and are partly related to digestive tract development and fatness. If fatness seems to depress voluntary feed intake for a given animal, an inverse relationship appears between breeds having different earliness. An attempt to quantify and predict the voluntary intake capacity of different kinds of cattle with the "filldoi:10.1051/animres:19800514 fatcat:7eycw7tb4rab7no4o35yg7qzme