Beef Cattle Nutrition Technical Articles

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Article published the March 7, 2016:

Identification of genomic regions related to lipid and cholesterol content in beef

Introduction The localization of genomic regions related to the expression of quantitative traits allows identifying genes and their pathways that provides a better comprehension of their genetic con...
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Article published the January 25, 2016:

Effects of Combining Feed Grade Urea and a Slow-release Urea Product on Characteristics of Digestion, Microbial Protein Synthesis and Digestible Energy in Steers Fed Diets with Different Starch:ADF Ratios

  Introduction. It is well known that, ruminal microbial protein synthesis (MPS) is the most important process in ruminant nitrogen (N) metabolism, since MPS not only contributes more than 50% of the ami...
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Alejandro Plascencia Jorquera
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Article published the December 2, 2014:

Fuel Ethanol Coproducts for Livestock Diets

Introduction  The objective of this article is to briefly describe the most common ethanol coproducts, how they are produced, and typical nutrient compositions. Rapid growth of the ethanol industry in the...
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Alvaro GarciaCody WrightKenneth KalscheurKurt A. Rosentrater
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Article published the September 23, 2013:

Prepartum dietary energy source fed to beef cows: II. Effects on progeny postnatal growth, glucose tolerance, and carcass composition1

*Department of Animal Sciences, The Ohio State University, OARDC, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster 44691†National Research Council (CONICET, CCT La Plata), Departamento de Producción Animal, Facultad de...
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Alejandro RellingFrancis FluhartySteve Loerch
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Article published the November 15, 2011:

Strategic Supplementation of Beef Cows to Correct for Nutritional Imbalances

IntroductionThe concept of strategic supplementation is the art and science of putting the appropriate supplemental feed in front of the cow at the right time. To understand the idea of strategic suppleme...
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Joel YelichMatt Hersom
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Article published the August 12, 2009:

Seminal characteristics in beef bulls supplemented with rumen bypass fat

INTRODUCTION The quality of the semen is one of the factors most important in success of reproductive biotechnologies (artificial insemination, fixed time artificial insemination, embryonic transfer and in vit...
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Harold Ospina Patino
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Article published the April 8, 2009:

Effects of Corn Moisture and Length of Ensiling on Dry Matter Digestibility and Rumen Degradable Protein

An in situ trial was conducted to evaluate effects of corn moisture and length of ensiling on dry matter digestibility (ISDMD) and degradable intake protein (DIP). Corn treatments consisted of dry-rolled, high-...
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Article published the February 17, 2009:

Feedstuff Considerations for Feeding Bulls

Choosing from the array of feedstuffs available for feeding and developing bulls can be challenging for many beef cattle producers. The feed industry, popular press, and other cattlemen often offer conflicting ...
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Article published the January 22, 2009:

Trace Minerals for Beef Cows

Most of the forage grown in Alberta is deficient in several trace minerals. These minerals are so named because they are required in minute or trace amounts. Table I shows the average trace mineral content in s...
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Article published the December 12, 2008:

Utilizing Grass Seed Residues for Wintering Beef Cattle

Beef cattle producers in the Western US and Canada compete at an economic disadvantage relative to other regions in North America due to high winter feed costs. Many producers currently feed 1.5 to 2.5 tons of ...
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