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Economic evaluation of potato waste as a feed ingredient for beef cattle finishing rations



Economic evaluation of potato waste as a feed ingredient for beef cattle finishing rations



Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 46(1): p.221



The objectives are: (1) to estimate the value of potato waste to the feedlot when fed in beef cattle finishing rations, (2) to compare the methods for evaluating the feedlot value of potato waste for reliability purposes, and (3) to estimate the value of potato waste at the processing plant and at the feedlot when there is competition among spatially separated feedlots of different size and location.

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