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Growth, nutrient utilization, and body composition of dairy calves fed milk replacers containing different amounts of protein



Growth, nutrient utilization, and body composition of dairy calves fed milk replacers containing different amounts of protein



Journal of Animal Science 81(6): 1641-1655



Male Holstein calves <1 wk of age were allowed a 2-wk adaptation period after purchase, and then were blocked by BW and assigned randomly within block to either a baseline slaughter group or one of four experimental groups (n=8 to 9 per group). Treatments were isocaloric milk replacers (12.5% solids) fed at 12% of BW that contained 16.1, 18.5, 22.9, or 25.8% CP (DM basis) from whey protein sources.

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