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Energy vs protein supplementation of steers grazing native range in late summer and early fall



Energy vs protein supplementation of steers grazing native range in late summer and early fall



Animal Science Research Report, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (MP-112): 36-39



From July 16 to October 20, 1981, 47 Hereford steers and 36 Aberdeen-Angus X Hereford crossbred yearling steers of about 575 lb liveweight were grazed on native rangeland in Oklahoma. Steers were in 4 groups and were given no supplement (control) or 0.8 or 1.5 lb daily of protein supplements, or 3.0 lb daily of a 10%-protein, maize-based supplement. Soya bean meal was the protein source. Supplements were fed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

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