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Management of various fattening categories for beef production and grass stability. I. Performance and economical indices


Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 30(3): 269-274
Management of various fattening categories for beef production and grass stability. I. Performance and economical indices
A total of 115, 5/8 Holstein x 3/8 zebu males of different live weights (LW) and ages were used to study no paddock segregation (NS) or with segregation (PS) in 3 groups (pre-finishing, finishing and growth-finishing). In the first alternative, molasses with 10% urea and natural protein were supplied during the dry season and in the second, silage alone was supplied. Pasture and minerals were available for the rest of the year. Nitrogen 50 kg/ha yearly was applied to all 4 paddocks.


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