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The Effect of Supplementation of Distillers Grains to Calves on Hay Intake, Feeding Behavior and Growth Performance
Research projects have concluded ethanol byproducts can be an effective supplement. NDSU researchers are going further investigating the effects these byproducts might have of feeding behavior.
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Byproduct Feeding with Dr. Galen Erickson
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Galen Erickson of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln talks about availability and proper use of wet coproducts in cattle diets.
Nutritive Value and Feeding Recommendations for other Coproducts with Dr. Greg Lardy
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Greg Lardy of North Dakota State University talks about nutritive value and feeding recommendations of coproducts for cattle.
Storage Techniques for Ethanol Byproducts with Dr. Galen Erickson
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Galen Erickson of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln talks about how to properly store ethanol byproducts for use in feeding cattle.
Storage and Handling other Coproducts with Dr. Greg Lardy
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Greg Lardy of North Dakota State University talks about how to properly store and handle coproducts for use in feeding cattle.
Producer Panel Sharing Experiences of Using Coproducts
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. This panel discussion features cattle producers asking questions and sharing their experiences using coproducts for feeding cattle.
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