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Effects of supplemental energy and degradable intake protein on grazing behavior, forage intake, digestion and performance of steers grazing winter range



Effects of supplemental energy and degradable intake protein on grazing behavior, forage intake, digestion and performance of steers grazing winter range



Animal Science Research Report Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University ( P-980): 33-39



52 yearling steers and 8 ruminally cannulated steers were individually fed 1 of 4 supplements 5 days/week while grazing dormant native tallgrass prairie. Supplements were: corn plus soyabean meal, corn plus soyabean hulls, soyabean meal or cottonseed hull-based control. Supplements were fed at a rate of 1.3, 1.3, 0.4, or 0.06% BW/feeding, respectively. Grazing behavior was measured for 5 days with grazing collars.

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