Using net energy to formulate beef cattle rations
Feed energy measures are used to estimate the energy required for a specific animal at various performance levels and to evaluate feeds to supply this energy. The most frequently used measures of feed energy are � total digestible nutrients (TON), � digestible energy (DE), � metabolizable energy (ME), and � net energy (NE).
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Carney, John F.; Arshadi, Nasser; Duncan, Robert V.; Krishnamurthy, K.; Morgan, William T. (William Thomas), 1941- (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)The Chief Research Officers of the University of Missouri's four campuses present an overview of topics related to the four tracks for the Missouri Energy Summit 2009: Power Generation; Transportation and Biofuels; Energy ...
Carney, John F.; Harbert, Karen Alderman; Pakrasi, Himradi Bhusan, 1953-; Dixon, Bob; Chesser, Michael; Kruse, Bob (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)This panel of invited speakers at the Missouri Energy Summit 2009 addressed issues relating to energy challenges facing the United States and offered some possible solutions that would be beneficial economically and ...
Belyea, R. L.; Steevens, B.; Garner, G.; Whittier, J. C.; Sewell, H. (University of Missouri Extension, 1990)In University of Missouri Agricultural guides G3150 and G3160 we explained how detergent solutions are used to measure forage fiber. The guides show how neutral detergent solution can be used to measure neutral detergent ...