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File Diet Changes Help Beef Cattle Cope with Winter Weather - 3/15/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File Underfeeding Beef Cows Has Consequences - 3/20/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File Compare Alternative Feed Value, Prices - 3/13/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File 2018 Impacts of Bunk Management on Animal Performance and Hydrogen Sulfide Concentrations of Steers Fed 25% Modified Distillers Grains with Solubles
The focus of this project was to examine the impact of bulk management strategy on animal performance, carcass characteristics, and hydrogen sulfide gas concentration in beef steers fed 25% modified distillers grains with solubles.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2018
File 2018 Feeding North Dakota-born Calves to Finish in North Dakota- DFCS
The Dakota Feeder Calf Show Feedout project was developed to discover the actual final value of spring-born beef steer calves, provide comparisons between herds, and benchmark feeding and carcass performance.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2018
File application/x-troff-me 2018 North American Manure Expo... What's in a NAME?
An event for custom manure applicators to see similar equipment go head-to-head with competitors. The event has evolved to include three main attractions: an industry trade show, manure technology demonstrations and educational seminars and demonstrations.
Located in Documents / AgronomyRD / Docs 2018
File Flooding Could Force Producers to Move Cattle - 3/25/19
Located in Livestock / Articles for Extension Outreach Page
File PDF document 2019 Impacts of Inclusion of either 25 or 50% Modified Distillers Grains (DM Basis) in Feedlot Rations on Ruminal Hydrogen Sulfide Concentration and Blood Oxygen Concentration in Steers
Our objectives were: 1) to evaluate the impacts of feeding either 25 or 50% distillers grains under two bunk management methods on animal performance and carcass characteristics, and 2) evaluate the impacts of feeding either 25 of 50% distillers grains under two bunk management methods on hydrogen sulfide gas concentrations in the rumen.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs 2019
File PDF document 2019 Dakota Feeder Calf Show 2018-2019 - Discovering Value in North Dakota Calves
Superior growth and carcass characteristics of North Dakota calves are identified with producers participating in the Dakota Feeder Calf Show.
Located in Documents / LivestockRD / Docs 2019
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