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Potato process residue and bluegrass straw in steer finishing rations

Potato process residue and bluegrass straw in steer finishing rations

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Published by College of Agriculture Research Center, Washington State University in [Pullman, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beef cattle -- Feeding and feeds,
  • Potatoes -- Residues,
  • Potatoes as feed,
  • Bluegrasses,
  • Straw as feed

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW.W. Heinemann, E.M. Hanks, D.C. Young.
    SeriesBulletin -- 871, Bulletin (Washington State University. College of Agriculture. Research Center) -- 871.
    ContributionsHanks, E. M., Young, D. C., Washington State University. College of Agriculture. Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14551740M
    OCLC/WorldCa57226217

    1. The addition of cottonseed meal to a ration of shelled maize, maize silage and oat straw had a beneficial effect on the rate of liveweigtit gain and on the finish of 2-year-old cattle. Although the cost per unit of gain was slightly increased by the addition of cottonseed meal, the animals commanded a higher selling price. Both groups failed to pay for their initial : J. H. Skinner, F. G. King. Phosphorus deficiency is more widespread in North America than was at first believed. In the early stages bone chewing is a specific symptom, but this along with pica in general tends to disappear in cases of long standing and is followed by inertia. Balance experiments show that negative phosphorus balances do not necessarily accompany the feeding of phosphorus Cited by:

    wheat straw processing (ground vs pelleted) at two straw inclusion rates (7% and 14%; dry matter basis) in dry rolled or steam-flaked corn- based finishing diets on characteristics of digestion. The experimental design was a split plot consisting of Cited by: 2. Full text of "Utilization of agricultural crop residues: an annotated bibliography of selected publications, " See other formats.

    energy rations for days when sawdust was used to replace half the alfalfa roughage in a 90% concentrate ration. (Slyter and Kamstra, 1 b). Sawdust has been suggested as a pos- sible roughage in wintering rations for breeding stock in the range areas when other roughage materials are in short by: 1. High grain prices have many dairy producers and their nutritionists sharpening their pencils, looking for ways to reduce feed costs. One option is to replace a portion of the supplemental corn grain with high-quality corn silage that provides highly digestible fiber and contains more energy in the forage fraction, compared with silage made from grain corn : Phil Krueger.


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Potato process residue and bluegrass straw in steer finishing rations Download PDF EPUB FB2

Concentrate rations can be expensive and animals on an intense feeding regime need to be fed efficiently. This will result in the animal being finished quicker. According to Teagasc, the energy value in concentrate mixes for high levels of performance should contain a minimum value of UFV/kg for finishing : Niall Claffey.

Diet and Rationing advice for Beef Rearing and Finishing C★Traffordgold can form the heart of alternative rearing and finishing systems to conventional concentrates and forage based systems. Mixed with other dry feeds such as bread, confectionary blend and sugar beet feed, using a loading shovel (no need to use a mixer wagon), and fed fresh.

finishing rations for beef cattle. Inthe United States produced million Mg ( billion bushels) of corn (USDA, ). Corn can serve as the only grain source in back-grounding and finishing diets for beef, and is one of the most affordable, abundant, and sustainable grains grown in the United States.

Bluegrass straw supported small weight gains and normal production in gestating beef cows (Early and Anderson, ), but considerable amounts of supplemented grain were needed to produce kg/day gain in calves (Durham and Hinman, ~. Rice and grass seed straws must often be removed from the field for agronomic reasons.

Simple rations based on barley, oats, and soybean oilmeal plus needed minerals and vitamins form an economical basis for production of hogs in North Dakota. Several rations are listed below as samples of rations useful for pigs of different ages.

These rations may be modified to use economical feeds available on the farm or in the locality. The sugar beet industry produces a wide variety of useful byproducts for livestock feeders.

The decision to incorporate sugar beet byproducts into diets should be based on economics, local availability, and feasibility of storage, handling and feeding.

For the wet byproducts, careful attention should be given to transportation costs and storage. EC Beef Feeding Suggestions for Finishing Cattle Paul Q. Guyer Walter R. Woods obtain these results finishing rations should contain minimum rough age levels.

Stage of feeding period. silages, corn cobs, straw, hulls from Figure 4. Roughage is processed primarily to facilitate handling and mixing in the ration.

The steer is 28 months old, the heifer is 26 month of age. Both of these will easily grade USDA Choice, possibly Prime and will each weigh in excess of lbs.

So if anyone should question whether truly finishing beef on pasture is possible; our answer is an emphatic YES!. Potato slices may replace barley and corn in growing-finishing diets.

Use up to 20% cooked-dried potato slices in the grower-diet and 40% in the finisher diet. Potato pulp is a by-product of the starch industry and is the residue obtained after starch is extracted.

Since potato pulp is uncooked, its palatability and digestibility are poor. However, the rate of N degradation was significantly more rapid (PSTEER RATIONS TABLE 3 Blood composition (mg ml-~) of beef steers fed lupin or grass silage supplemented with barley or potato Grass Lupin SEM Barley Potato Barley Potato Ureat Mbumin Total protein I I.

1 Cited by: 6. Forage In Dairy Cow Rations. Forage %. NonForage %. 14 herds, 13, – 16, kg RHA. Shaver and Kaiser, What cows are designed to use. Wheat straw may also be used as a partial roughage source in growing and finishing diets.

Straw needs to be chopped prior to inclusion in mixed rations, with an average particle length of not more than 1 inch. Optimum utilization of wheat straw results when used in combina-tion with high-quality forage such as alfalfa hay.

Substitution of straw for. Feeding pressed beet pulp in place of corn silage in a finishing diet resulted in equal feed efficien-cies though dry matter intake was slightly affected.

Summary Two trials were conducted to evalu-ate feeding pressed beet pulp as the roughage source in finishing diets. British crossbred steers were fed % corn silage, % beet pulp, or %.

Finishing Beef Cattle: Farmers' Bulletin No [n/a] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : n/a. residue have created growing interest in the utilization of corn stalk residue or corn stover as a component of beef feedlot rations.

Corn stover is generally considered low-quality forage that is high in fiber but low in protein and energy. The high fiber content and coarseness of. rations to replace a portion of both categories often works quite well. The key is to navigate the delicate balance between too much and too little digestibility in the total ration.” Bradford concurs, and says incorporating NFFS requires tearing out some pages from the old nutritional playbook.

Finishing Beef Cattle Farmers' Bulletin No. [(unknown author)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The effect of increasing levels of dried leaves of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) on dry matter intake and body weight gain performance of broiler finisher chickens Wude Tsega and Berhan Tamir* Andassa Livestock Research Center, P.O.

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In a feeding trial at Utah State University during the summer ofit was found that cattle had higher ADG when fed SFC compared to whole corn. However, when the relative cost of SFC and whole corn were considered, feeding whole corn compared to SFC resulted in nearly identical feed costs per pound of gain.

Actual and relative costs of SFC and whole corn can and do vary Author: Dillon M. Feuz, Jesse Russell. Bottle gourd pulp, cabbage leaves, pea pods (PP), potato vines, pumpkin oil meal, radish leaves, snow peas, sugar beet leaves and tomato pomace have around or .SELECTION AND PURCHASE OF FEEDERS AND RATIONS Ii'OR FATTENING BEEF CATTLE w.

H. PETERS INTRODUCTION In the last fifteen years experiments to determine the most profitable methods of fattening beef cattle have been made by the Division of Animal Husbandry, of the University of Minnesota Agricultural Ex­ periment Station.[Measuring of the energy turnover in adult swine during feeding of rations with potato starch, potatoes, beets, pressed shreds and coarse fodder as supplements to a basic ration.

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