Stocker cattle, limit-feeding
Objective: Analyze the effects on performance when feeding a high-energy by-product-based diet to newly received growing cattle.
Description: A total of 400 Angus × Hereford heifers originating from Montana were used to determine the effects on performance when intake of a high-energy corn by-product-based diet is increased to near ad libitum intake.
The Bottom Line: One high-energy diet based on wet corn gluten feed can be offered to achieve a variety of gains efficiently by only altering the amount of feed offered.
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Spore, T. J.; Montgomery, S. P.; Titgemeyer, E. C.; Hanzlicek, G. A.; Vahl, Christopher; Nagaraja, T. G.; Hollenbeck, W. R.; Wahl, R. N.; and Blasi, Dale
"Programming a Variety of Gains Is Possible by Controlling Intake of a Single High-Energy By-Product-Based Diet Early in the Receiving/Growing Period Without Affecting Efficiency,"
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