Comparative intake of bone meal and calcium phosphate mineral mixtures as phosphorus sources for grazing steers and lactating cows
Cattlemen's Day, 1983; Report of progress (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station); 427; Beef; Bone meal; Calcium phosphate; Steers; Lactating cows
Steers on native grass consumed equal amounts of mixtures containing 50% trace mineralized salt and either 50% bone meal or 50% calcium phosphate. Lactating cows consumed about 60% more of the bone meal:salt mixture. This research verifies that both products are palatable supplemental phosphorus sources and that choice of product should be a function of cost per unit of phosphorus.
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Brazle, F.; Kuhl, Gerry L.; Wary, T.; and Lanham, Dale L.
"Comparative intake of bone meal and calcium phosphate mineral mixtures as phosphorus sources for grazing steers and lactating cows,"
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