Browsing Livestock Feeders' Day, 1960 by Author "Richardson, D."

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  • Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Richardson, D.; Cox, R.F.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    This is the second year of an experiment designed to compare the feeding value of alfalfa fed as long hay or coarsely-ground hay pellets, and forage-type sorghum fed as silage or dehydrated green forage sorghum pellets. ...
  • Koch, B.A.; Smith, E.F.; Richardson, D.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Earlier work at this station indicated that supplemental trace minerals may be of value in some instances. Introduction of the so-called cobalt “bullet” has made it possible to study one of these trace minerals alone as a ...
  • Smith, E.F.; Richardson, D.; Koch, B.A.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Good to choice quality yearling Hereford heifers originating near Fort Davis, Texas, were used in the trial. They had been on bluestem pasture prior to the test and were allotted to treatments on the basis of prior treatment ...
  • Menzies, C.S.; Richardson, D.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    One hundred fifty-white faced New Mexico wether lambs were used. Lambs were shorn and drenched with phenothiazine before starting on test. Two weeks after the lambs arrived from the range an outbreak of coccidiosis occurred. ...
  • Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Richardson, D.; Wearden, S.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Fifty head of Hereford heifers averaging 607 pounds per head were used in the 1959. They were placed in five lots, 10 head per lot on the basis of live weight and previous treatment. The heifers were on test from May 14, ...
  • Koch, B.A.; Smith, E.F.; Richardson, D.; Cox, R.F. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    May 4, 1959 steers on the trace mineral study in Woodson County were randomly divided. A 12-mg. implant of diethylstilbestrol was placed in the left ear of each of six calves in either treatment group. All calves grazed ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Tsien, W.S.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Twenty Hereford steer calves were divided as equally as possible on the basis of weight and conformation into two lots of 10 animals each. The average daily rations are shown in Table 22 for the wintering and fattening ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Tsien, W.S.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    This is a progress report of another test to further evaluate methods of sorghum grain preparation. Twenty of the heaviest steer calves purchased for experimental work were divided into two lots of 10 animals each. The ...
  • Koch, B.A.; Smith, E.F.; Richardson, D.; McCarter, M.M. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    The steers used in this study were good to choice grade Herefords, averaging 980 pounds, that originated in New Mexico. They had been wintered in central Kansas at a rather high level of feeding. The steers were randomly ...
  • Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Richardson, D.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Forty-four good-to-choice Hereford steer calves from near Fort Davis, Texas, were randomly allotted according to weight to three treatments. All lots were fed the same high roughage rations. They received per head daily: ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Tsien, W.S.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Three lots of 10 animals were fed the same ration except for the added enzymes. The average daily ration is shown in Table 25, as are results of the test for the first 112 days. There are no significant differences in gains ...
  • Richardson, D.; Smith, E.F.; Koch, B.A.; Tsien, W.S.; Boren, Fred W. (Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960)
    Combine-type sorghum grain is widely grown in Kansas, and normally only the grain is harvested. In many instances, moisture conditions at harvest time are such that the grain cannot be stored without artificial drying. ...