Browsing Cattlemen's Day by Subject "Wheat"

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Browsing Cattlemen's Day by Subject "Wheat"

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  • Brethour, J.R.; Lee, B.; Riley, Jack G. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-03)
    Adding .6 pound fat or .22 pound sodium bicarbonate (soda) to finishing rations containing rolled wheat significantly improved performance and appeared to increase the substitution value of wheat. Both fat and soda increased ...
  • Hanson, K.L.; Schalles, R.S.; Harbers, L.H.; Thompson, Curtis R. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-09-10)
    We compared upland and bottomland cereals seeded during 1991 at the KSU Agricultural Research Center - Hays. The five crops (three varieties of triticale, a winter wheat, and a winter rye) were harvested as whole ...
  • Laytimi, A.; Bolsen, K.; Schurhammer, J.; Kirch, B. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-01)
    Enzyme and inoculant additives produced more efficiently preserved wheat and forage sorghum silages and improved their feeding value. In general, treated silages had lower pH, acetic acid, and ammonia-nitrogen values and ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Smith, R.; Ilg, H.; Fung, Daniel Y. C. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-08)
    Results from three laboratory silo experiments showed that four commercial silage inoculants increased fermentation rate, particularly during the first 4 days of the ensiling process. The effects of the additives on pH ...
  • Goldy, G.; Lenssen, Andrew William; Walters, T.; Riley, Jack G.; Posler, Gerry L. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-03)
    There were no significant differences in in vitro digestibility between wheat varieties, but there was a trend for differences due to locations. Location differences were much wider for test weight, 1000 kernel weight, ...
  • Lomas, Lyle W.; Moyer, Joseph L.; Coffey, K.P.; Milliken, George A. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-08-06)
    A total of 96 fall-calving cows and 64 calves grazed bermudagrass interseeded with wheat and legumes during 1996, 1997, and 1998 in either a continuous or rotational system stocked at equal rates. Legume cover, ...
  • Axe, D.; Bolsen, K.; Lee, R.; Herron, George M. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-03)
    Wheat and high moisture sorghum grain were fed singly and in two combinations in a 121-day feedlot trial at the Garden City Branch Experiment Station. Feed efficiency improved with increasing proportions of wheat in ...
  • Gross, K.L.; Harmon, D.L.; Avery, T.B. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-01)
    Steers fed diets based on dry-rolled wheat or sorghum grain alone or combined (50:50) showed no differences in net portal fluxes of glucose, L-lactate, ammonia, urea, or alpha-amino nitrogen. Portal blood flow was increased ...
  • Oltjen, J.; Bolsen, K.; Moore, W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-02-18)
    We harvested barley, wheat and oat varieties at the dough stage. Average yields in tons of 65% moisture forage/acre were 9.3 (barley), 10.2 (hard wheat), 9.5 (soft wheat), and 10.0 (oats). Barley variety yields varied ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Moore, W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-03-04)
    Interest in small cereal grain silages for beef cattle has increased in recent years. Two years' research at this station (Prog. Rpt. 262) has shown: (1) winter barley and winter wheat had similar forage yields and (2) ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Berger, Larry Lyle; Moore, W. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-03-04)
    Our objectives were to determine the effects of variety and stage of plant growth at harvest on forage and grain yields of wheat and barley. Plots were grown at the Animal Science and Industry Farm near Manhattan in ...
  • Johnson, Sandra K.; Harmoney, Keith R. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2011-03-30)
    Beef producers can lower feed costs by extending the grazing period and reducing the need for harvested forages. Complementary forage systems extend the native range grazing season; wheat pasture is common in the southern ...
  • Brethour, J.; Lee, B.; Riley, Jack G. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-12-10)
    At least for the varieties we studied, hard red winter wheat was superior to soft red winter wheat in beef cattle rations. That contradicts the perception that feed wheats should be soft. The net energy values of Larned ...
  • Farmer, C.G.; Cochran, R.C.; Simms, D.D.; Heldt, J.S.; Mathis, C.P. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, 2010-08-24)
    Ninety spring-calving Hereford × Angus cows grazing low-quality, tallgrass-prairie forage during the winter were fed 5 lb/day of a supplement containing combinations of wheat bran (high in digestible fiber) and second ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Riley, Jack G. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-03-04)
    Eight rations were fed to 15 yearling steers (3 pens of 5 steers each). Arthur wheat, Paoli barley and corn silages were supplemented with either soybean meal or urea; Blue Boy II and Eagle wheat silages were supplemented ...
  • Bolsen, K.K.; Berger, Larry Lyle; Riley, Jack G. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-03-04)
    Seven silage and ration treatments compared were: (1) Paoli barley, (2) Arthur wheat, (3) Parker wheat, (4) Parker-head wheat, (5) Parker-head wheat and corn silage (equal parts), (6) corn silage plus a soybean meal ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Oltjen, J. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-02-18)
    Wheat, barley, or oat silages can provide excellent alternatives to corn and sorghum silages for beef cattle. Wheat, barley, oat, and corn silages were fed to steers in seven ...
  • Bolsen, K.; Oltjen, J.; Riley, Jack G. (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station, 2011-03-04)
    Eleven wheat, barley, oat and corn silages were evaluated in two steers growing trials in 1975 and 1976. In both trials, steers fed barley or corn silages had similar rate and efficiency of gains. Also, barley and corn ...

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