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Prediction of final feedlot gains… from observations at 28 or 56 days

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W. N. Garrett, University of California
G. Matkin, Coit and Canning Cattle Company

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California Agriculture 21(4):4-5.

Published April 01, 1967

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A number of management and economic decisions concerning feedlot practices and length of the feeding period could be made with more precision if it were possible to predict accurately a long-term feedlot gain from a short-term observation. The results presented here are from a correlation and regression analysis of 28- and 56-day rates of gains with overall average daily gain.

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Prediction of final feedlot gains… from observations at 28 or 56 days

W. N. Garrett, G. Matkin
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Prediction of final feedlot gains… from observations at 28 or 56 days

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Authors

W. N. Garrett, University of California
G. Matkin, Coit and Canning Cattle Company

Publication Information

California Agriculture 21(4):4-5.

Published April 01, 1967

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A number of management and economic decisions concerning feedlot practices and length of the feeding period could be made with more precision if it were possible to predict accurately a long-term feedlot gain from a short-term observation. The results presented here are from a correlation and regression analysis of 28- and 56-day rates of gains with overall average daily gain.

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