Milo equal to barley: For full supplementation of beef cattle on irrigated pastures
AuthorsJ. L. Hull
J. H. Meyer
Authors AffiliationsJohn L. Hull is Associate Specialist and Animal Husbandman, Experiment Station, University of California, Davis; James H. Meyer is Professor and Animal Husbandman, Experiment Station, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 17(2):7-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n02p7. February 1963.
Full supplementation by free-choice feeding of either rolled or ground barley to cattle on irrigated pastures brought them to acceptable slaughter condition within a 120- to 150-day feeding period—as previously reported in California Agriculture. Additional trials conducted using the same pastures have shown that rolled milo is equally acceptable when full-fed with pasture.
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