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Baled soyabean straw in the feeding of penned steers


, : Baled soyabean straw in the feeding of penned steers. Informe Tecnico Estacion Experimental Agropecuaria Pergamino ( 273): 12 pp.

For 56 to 105 days (mean 80 days) in winter during 5 years penned steers weighing initially about 250 kg were fed on soyabean straw or pasturee hay supplemented with maize grain 2.5 or 5.0 kg daily. Each treatment had 2 replicates, each of 3 steers. Steers were weighed every 28 days. Mean daily gain with soyabean straw was 0.403 and 0.579 kg at the 2 levels of supplementation, respectively, and 0.596 and 0.765 kg with pasture hay.

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