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File 2015 Influence of Two Fat Levels of Dry Distillers Grains in Diets with Corn or Barley on Steer Growing and Finishing Feedlot Performance
Corn distillers grain is produced at multiple ethanol plants in North Dakota. Primarily three moisture levels of corn distillers grain product are available: dry (~90-95% dry matter, DDGS), modified (49-52% dry mater, MDGS) or wet (< 48% dry matter; WDGS). The current process typically involves a step to remove corn oil (fat) during ethanol production. This oil removal may alter the nutrient density of the resulting distillers grain feedstuff, which in turn could affect animal performance.
File text/texmacs 2014 Effects of Fat Level in Distillers Grain on Feedlot Finishing Performance and Carcass Traits
Performance of steers fed rations with increasing fat in distillers grains.
File 2014 Effects of Corn Particle Size and Forage Level on Performance and Carcass Traits of Yearling Steers during Finishing
Animal performance for yearling steers fed diets containing whole, dry-rolled, or finely-ground corn with decreasing forage levels.
File 2012 Corn Stover and Distillers Grains for Lactating Drylot Beef Cows
This project evaluated the use of corn stover and distillers grains as the primary ingredients in lactating beef cow diets.
File PDF document 2010 Effects of Increasing Levels of Distillers Grains in Barley-based Diets on Growing and Finishing Feedlot Performance, Carcass Traits, and Nutrients in Manure
The results from a 2010 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the effects of increasing levels of distillers grains in barley-based diets on growing and finishing feedlot performance, carcass traits, and nutrients in manure.
File PDF document 2009 Observations on the Palatability of an Inorganic Salt Product for Mitigation of High Sulfur Levels in Feedlot Diets
The results from a 2009 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the palatability of an inorganic salt product for mitigation of high sulfur levels in feedlot diets.
File PDF document 2009 Effects of Dried Distillers Grains With Solubles on Growing and Finishing Steer Intake, Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Color, and Sensory Attributes
The results from a 2009 experiment about the effects of dried distillers grains with solubles on growing and finishing steer intake, performance, carcass characteristics, color, and sensory attributes.
File PDF document 2009 Effect of Distillers Grains on Natural vs. Conventional Supplements and Production Methods on Feedlot Performance, and Carcass Characteristics
The results from a 2009 experiment by North Dakota State University to test the effects of distillers grains on natural vs. conventional supplements and production methods on feedlot perforamance and carcass characteristics. The trial was held at Carrington and Hettinger.
File PDF document 2008 Effects of Wet or Dry Distillers Grains with Solubles Inclusion in Diets Fed to Newly-received Beef Calves on Intake, Average Daily Gain, and Feed Efficiency
The results from a 2008 experiment about the effects of wet or dry distillers grains with solubles inclusion in diets fed to newly-received beef calves on intake, average daily gain, and feed efficiency.
File PDF document 2008 Effects of Supplying Increasing Levels of Distillers Dried Grain with Solubles in Growing Diets on Intake, Digestion, and Ruminal Fermentation
The results from a 2008 experiment about the effects of supplying increasing levels of distillers grain with solubles in growing diets on intake, digestion, and ruminal fermentation.
File PDF document 2007 Performance and Carcass Traits of Yearling Steers Fed Barley- based Finishing Diets with Increasing Levels of Dried Distillers Grains
The results from a 2007 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the performance and carcass traits of yearling steers fed barley-based finishing diets with increasing levels of dried distillers grains.
File PDF document 2006 Feedlot Performance and Carcass Traits of Steers Fed "Rawson" Two-Rowed Barley versus Six-Rowed Barley and Corn
The results from a 2006 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test feedlot performance and carcass traits of steers fed "Rawson" two-rowed barley vs. six-rowed barley and corn.
File PDF document 2006 Effect of Corn Density on Growing Steer Intake and Performance
The results from a 2006 experiment about the effect of corn density on growing steer intake and performance.
File PDF document 2006 Effect of Corn Density on Finishing-steer Intake, Performance, and Carcass Characteristics
The results from a 2006 experiment about the effects of corn density on finishing-steer intake, performance, and carcass characteristics.
File PDF document 2005 Effects of Immature High-moisture Corn vs. Dry-rolled Corn in Feedlot Diets
The results from a 2005 experiment at the Carrington Research Extension Center to test the effects of immature high-moisture corn vs. dry-rolled corn in feedlot diets.
File 1998 Crop Residues and Co-products for Gestating and Lactating Beef Cows
The use of wheat straw and corn stover for gestating and lactating cows.
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