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Grazing management in relation to beef production. 5. Effect of feeding supplements to beef cattle on pasture at two intensities of stocking



Grazing management in relation to beef production. 5. Effect of feeding supplements to beef cattle on pasture at two intensities of stocking



Irish J. Agric. Res, 7: 105-120



In each of 3 seasons Shorthorn x Herefordbullocks initially between 740 and 820 lb liveweight grazed rotationally on similar swards to those described in part 4, stocked at 1.75 or 2.5 per acre and given no supplement or 4 lb dried sugar beet pulp per head per day in the first 2 years or rolled barley in the third. Supplement increased liveweight gain and carcass weight at the high stocking rate but had no effect at the low rate.

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