Browsing Cattlemen's Day, 1971 by Author "Harbers, L.H."

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Browsing Cattlemen's Day, 1971 by Author "Harbers, L.H."

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  • Thyault, H.A.; Harbers, L.H.; Smith, E.F. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)
    During the winter of 1969-70, 48 five-year-old cows were divided into three groups to compared soybean meal with biuret as a winter supplement in combination with sorghum grain (Bulletin 536, 1970, p.33). Soybean meal ...
  • Brent, B.E.; Phar, P.A.; Randle, L.J.; Harbers, L.H.; Allen, Dell M. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)
    Fat is added to commercial feedlot rations as a concentrated energy source and to reduce dustiness and wear of feed processing machinery. We added fat at varying levels ( 0 to 6% of the ration) to study effects from fat ...
  • Smith, E.F.; Harbers, L.H. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)
    Three different rations were compared for feeding calves immediately after weaning. Desired is a ration that will reduce weaning stress, produce economical gains, and be easy to feed. The rations are shown in Table 4. ...
  • Tucker, L.; Harbers, L.H.; Smith, E.F. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)
    More urea, a torn of nonprotein nitrogen, would be fed to ruminants except for inefficient conversion of urea-nitrogen to Microbial protein, toxicity, lack of palatability and urea segregating in mixed rations. As a ...
  • Harbers, L.H.; Warren, L.C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971)
    Because it is a standard practice, adding salt to livestock rations has not received much attention in the past several years. Salt is universally added at 0.5% of the diet, but studies here in the early 50’s showed salt ...