Browsing Livestock Feeders' Day (1946-1967) by Author "Harbers, L.H."

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Browsing Livestock Feeders' Day (1946-1967) by Author "Harbers, L.H."

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  • Jensen, A.H.; Koch, B.A.; Harbers, L.H.; Miller, L.A. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965)
    Three experiments were conducted to determine the efficacy of certain feed additives, alone or in various combinations, in improving performance of pigs weaned at 4 weeks of age. In the first two, each treatment group of ...
  • Harbers, L.H.; Richardson, D.; Abe, R.K. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965)
    Previous reports from this station indicate little advantage in feeding combined sources of protein (soybean meal and cottonseed meal) to beef cattle. The results were obtained by determining total nitrogen and protein ...
  • Loper, D.C.; Richardson, D.; Harbers, L.H. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966)
    The data from the 1965 Livestock Feeders’ Day Bulletin indicate that ammonia production from animals fed urea rations was higher than that from nonurea rations. For the bacteria to “capture” more ammonia from urea rations ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Harbers, L.H.; Buamah, T.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965)
    Sixty Hereford steer calves from Warner’s Ranch in Rice County were wintered on a ration of 1 pound soybean oil meal, sorghum silage, sorghum rain and minerals. The calve weight 450 to 550 pounds; 30 were fed 4 pounds of ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Dunn, L.; Harbers, L.H. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1964)
    Sixty Hereford steer calves were divided into six equal lots. Sorghum silage ad lib. And 1 pound of soybean oil meal per head daily were fed to all lots. Half of the animals (Lots 7, 8, and 9) received 8 pounds of sorghum ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Harbers, L.H.; Lebdosoekojo, R.S. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966)
    Sixty Hereford steer calves averaging 440 pounds each from Warner’s Ranch in Rice County were wintered on sorghum silage, 1pound soybean oil meal and sorghum grain. Thirty received 4 pounds grain per head daily and 30 ...
  • Richardson, D.; Banbury, Evans E.; Elliott, H.; Erhart, A.B.; Williams, G.; Russ, Oliver G.; Smith, E.F.; Harbers, L.H.; Adepoju, A.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965)
    This is a progress report on the third test to determine whether there is a difference in the performance of beef steers due to location, soil, climate, rainfall and/or feed produced in farm areas of Kansas: Colby, Garden ...
  • Richardson, D.; Banbury, Evans E.; Erhart, A.B.; Davidson, F.R.; Williams, G.; Smith, E.F.; Loper, D.C.; Harbers, L.H.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1964)
    It is generally thought that performance of cattle may differ in various parts of the state due to location, soil, climate, rainfall and/or feed produced. This project is an attempt to determine whether such differences ...
  • Richardson, D.; Banbury, Evans E.; Erhart, A.B.; Williams, G.; Russ, Oliver G.; Smith, K.F.; Loper, D.C.; Harbers, L.H.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1965)
    This is the second test to measure differences, if any, in performance of cattle in various parts of Kansas due to location, soil, climate, rainfall and/or local feed. Forty-eight Hereford steer calves from the same herd ...
  • Richardson, D.; Banbury, Evans E.; Erhart, A.B.; Williams, G.; Russ, Oliver G.; Harbers, L.H.; Loper, D.C.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1964)
    This is a progress report on the second test to determine whether there is a differences in the performance of beef steers due to location, soil, climate, rainfall and/or feed produced in four area of Kansas: Colby, Garden ...
  • Richardson, D.; Banbury, Evans E.; Erhart, A.B.; Williams, G.; Smith, E.F.; Loper, D.C.; Adepoju, A.; Harbers, L.H.; Cox, R.F.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966)
    This is the third test to measure differences, if any, in performance of cattle in various parts of Kansas due to location, soil, climate, rainfall and/or local feed. Forty-eight Hereford steer calves from the same herd ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Perry, H.B.; Dunn, L.L.; Harbers, L.H. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966)
    Americans consume large quantities of meat. An increasing population will demand more production to maintain present consumption rates. Protein is an essential nutrient for all animals. The simple-stomached animals (pigs, ...