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The use of pasture for beef production. 2. Effect of stocking rate and supplemental molasses/urea feeding on performance of grazing bulls during the wet season



The use of pasture for beef production. 2. Effect of stocking rate and supplemental molasses/urea feeding on performance of grazing bulls during the wet season



Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 8(2): 123-127



Holstein X Brahman bulls grazed Digitaria decumbens pastures (given 200 kg N/ha) at 4.8, 5.7 or 7.1 bulls/ha and the effects of supplementary feeding with molasses + 3% urea ad lib. on liveweight gains was investigated. Supplementary feeding had little effect on liveweight gains, daily gains being 0.51 and 0.54 kg for supplemented and control groups, respectively.

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