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Lalman, David Leon, 1964- (University of Missouri Extension, 1996-01)Harvested and purchased feeds make up nearly 40 percent of annual production costs in typical cow/calf operations. These costs also have a dramatic impact on cost per unit of gain in stocker operations. Consequently, cattle ...
Lalman, David Leon, 1964-; Sewell, Homer B. (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)Formulating a ration is a matter of combining feeds to make a ration that will be eaten in the amount needed to supply the daily nutrient requirements of the animal.
Lalman, David Leon, 1964- (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)Stocker calves, weighing from 350 to 500 pounds, are wintered on a variety of rations on Missouri farms. The feedstuffs available and the desired rate of gain on the calves determine the ration.