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Rumensin benefits new feedlot calves

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Donald G. Addis, Cooperative Extension, Riverside
Carol L. Adams, Cooperative Extenston, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 32(7):14-15.

Published July 01, 1978

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A method is discussed for adding Rumensin t o a 72-percent-concentrate receiving ration for newly arrived feedlot replacement calves, without adversely affecting feed consumption, body weight gain, or animal health.

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Additional members of the Calf Study Group are: Joseph G. Clark D. V.M., Brawley; John R. Dunbar, Animal Scientist, Cooperative Extension, Davis; Glen P. Lofgren, Clayton Livestock Research Center, University of New Mexico; Ben B. Norman, Veterinarian, Coopemtive Extension, Davis; and Edward C: egge. Assistant Professor, University of West Virginia

Rumensin benefits new feedlot calves

Donald G. Addis, Carol L. Adams
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Rumensin benefits new feedlot calves

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Authors

Donald G. Addis, Cooperative Extension, Riverside
Carol L. Adams, Cooperative Extenston, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(7):14-15.

Published July 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A method is discussed for adding Rumensin t o a 72-percent-concentrate receiving ration for newly arrived feedlot replacement calves, without adversely affecting feed consumption, body weight gain, or animal health.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Additional members of the Calf Study Group are: Joseph G. Clark D. V.M., Brawley; John R. Dunbar, Animal Scientist, Cooperative Extension, Davis; Glen P. Lofgren, Clayton Livestock Research Center, University of New Mexico; Ben B. Norman, Veterinarian, Coopemtive Extension, Davis; and Edward C: egge. Assistant Professor, University of West Virginia


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