A.S. Series 71-27
Previous research at the Cottonwood Station showed that calves fed low levels of urea during an adaptation period made faster gains than unadapted calves when fed higher levels of urea during the wintering period. Calves fed a corn-base urea supplement in pellet form gained faster than those fed a commercial, molasses-base urea supplement in liquid form. The following tow experiments were conducted as replications of those reported previously under this title.
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Department of Animal Science and the Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Slyter, A. L.; Embry, L. B.; and Herndon, J., "Types of Urea Supplement for Wintering Beef Calves" (1971). South Dakota Cattle Feeders Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1971. 13.