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1972-73 ingredient analysis and estimated feed value tables for beef and sheep growing-finishing rations



1972-73 ingredient analysis and estimated feed value tables for beef and sheep growing-finishing rations



Feedstuffs, USA 44(43): A3 ....A18



The tables are intended for use by feed manufacturers, and in the preliminary discussion it is emphasised that they are of value only as a guide. The practical value of values for net energy (NE) is discussed. The first table lists proximate composition, Ca and P contents, total digestible nutrients, digestible protein and NE, total and partitioned into NE for gain and for maintenance.

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