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Influence of dietary energy concentration and feed intake level on feedlot steers. 2. Feed intake, live mass-gain, gut fill, carcass gain and visual and physical carcass measurements



Influence of dietary energy concentration and feed intake level on feedlot steers. 2. Feed intake, live mass-gain, gut fill, carcass gain and visual and physical carcass measurements



South African Journal of Animal Science 22(4): 107-114



Bonsmara crossbred steers about 200 kg were fed twice daily on diets containing concentrate:roughage (C:R) 80:20, 55:45 and 30:70 (metabolizable energy content of diets 11.2, 9.8 and 8.5 MJ/kg DM) ad libitum, and at 90% and 80% of ad libitum intake in a 3 x 3 factorial arrangement and slaughtered at 380 kg.

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