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Pistachio culls acceptable in livestock feed

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John L. Hull, University of California
John R. Dunbar, University of California
Edward J. DePeters, University of California
H. Rocky Teranishi
Neil K. McDougald

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California Agriculture 43(3):28-29.

Published May 01, 1989

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Whole cull pistachio nuts appear to be acceptable to cattle and sheep as part of their daily rations. Research indicates that cattle can be fed up to 20% of the daily ration without refusal, but this may be too high for sheep.

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Pistachio culls acceptable in livestock feed

John L. Hull, John R. Dunbar, Edward J. DePeters, H. Rocky Teranishi, Neil K. McDougald
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Pistachio culls acceptable in livestock feed

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Authors

John L. Hull, University of California
John R. Dunbar, University of California
Edward J. DePeters, University of California
H. Rocky Teranishi
Neil K. McDougald

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(3):28-29.

Published May 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Whole cull pistachio nuts appear to be acceptable to cattle and sheep as part of their daily rations. Research indicates that cattle can be fed up to 20% of the daily ration without refusal, but this may be too high for sheep.

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