Nitrogen utilization: By growing lambs fed normal, low protein, or nitrogen-enriched cottonseed meal
AuthorsN. H. Hinman
G. P. Lofgreen
W. N. Garrett
Authors AffiliationsNorman H. Hinman is Laboratory Technician, Department of Animal Husbandry; Glen P. Lofgreen is Professor, and Animal Husbandman; William N. Garrett is Associate Professor, and Associate Animal IIusbandman in the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 20(8):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n08p13. August 1966.
This study indicates that the feeding of nitrogen-enriched low protein cottonseed meal had no apparent detrimental effects upon nitrogen retention or nitrogen and energy digestibility, as determined with growing lambs. On the other hand, the normal cottonseed meal and the nitrogen-enriched low protein cottonseed meal did not increase the nitrogen retention significantly beyond that resulting from feeding the low protein cottonseed meal.
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