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Nutritive Value of Feeds for Beef Cattle

The objective of feed evaluation is to provide a rapid and economical method to determine the nutrients available in a feed.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionPastures & ForageSilage
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Evaluating Rations for Horses

An overview on important feedstuffs, forages, supplements, how to evaluate rations, conversions and feed evaluation examples in horses.

HorsesLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock Nutrition
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Feeding Whole Soybeans and Drought- or Frost-Damaged Soybeans to Beef Cattle

An explanation of the benefits of feeding soybeans to cattle and the economic benefits of damaged soybeans being used as feed.

Beef CattleCropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionSoybeans
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Feeding High Quality, Low Test Weight and Sprouted Wheat

Information on the digestibility and cost effectiveness of feeding wheat of different variables to beef cattle compared to corn.

CropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionWheat
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Limiting Feed Intake with Salt

A guide to formulating salt-limited supplements and how to go about feeding them.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock Nutrition
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Managing Shrink and Weighing Conditions in Beef Cattle

How to manage weight loss in cattle due to gathering, sorting, weaning, hauling and unusual conditions.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock Nutrition
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Cow-Calf Production Practices in Oklahoma – Part 1

A summary of cow-calf production practices for Oklahoma producers who completed the Master Cattleman survey.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock ManagementLivestock Nutrition
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Formulating Swine Rations

Learn why providing the correct swine rations will not only help your hog’s nutrition, but your pocket book.

LivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionPigs, Hogs, Swine
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