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Seasonal changes in maintenance requirements of Simmental and Angus beef cows



Seasonal changes in maintenance requirements of Simmental and Angus beef cows



Beef Cattle Research in Texas, 1988: 216-224



Sixty mature, non-pregnant, non-lactating Angus and Simmental cows were used to study the effect of season on metabolizable energy (ME) requirements for maintenance. All cows were fed on a 70%-cottonseed hull diet at 75, 87.5, 112.5 or 125% of estimated maintenance requirement. Feeding levels were rotated at the end of each period such that all cows were fed at all 4 feeding levels over the course of the study.

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