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Video published on October 20, 2021
Robert Thaler (South Dakota State University) talks about optimal performance instead of maximum performance, during a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
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Video published on October 20, 2021
Robert Thaler (South Dakota State University) explains how answers change over time, during a Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
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Video published on May 7, 2021
Dr. Robert Thaler (South Dakota State University) expressed his concerns about the progress and priorities regarding innovation, in this Swine It interview with host Márcio Gonçalves.
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Article published the October 22, 2012
Based on original publication by Bob Thaler and Hans SteinDue to changes in crop rotations, field peas are now more commonly grown in central South Dakota. Depending on variety, they can either be sold for human consumption or fed directly to livestock. Beef producers can bale the entire plant and feed it as a forage to ruminants, and swine producers can use the seed as a protein and energy source ...
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Article published the August 9, 2012
Under ideal conditions, livestock should be fed grains and byproducts that are "clean" (i.e., free of fungi and/or mycotoxins). Although feeding clean grains and byproducts is ideal, there are times when clean grains are not available locally and farm finances do not allow for substitution of home-harvested grain with purchased grain. When grains or feeds test positive for mycotoxins, there are se ...
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Location:Brookings, South Dakota, United States
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Professor & SDSU Extension Swine Specialist
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