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Study on fattening of beef cattle. 1. Effect of nutritive condition in the previous winter feeding, and feeding concentrate on pasture upon the beef production of young steers



Study on fattening of beef cattle. 1. Effect of nutritive condition in the previous winter feeding, and feeding concentrate on pasture upon the beef production of young steers



Bulletin of the Hokkaido Prefectural Shintoku Animal Husbandry Experiment Station (6): 1-9



1. During winter in Japan 12 Hereford and 6 Aberdeen-Angus bullocks were allowed to lose weight. In the subsequent summer there was compensatory growth, with a negative correlation between gains in winter and summer. A supplement to pasture gave slightly greater gain than pasture alone, but did not affect weight or quality of carcass after 154 days of fattening.

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