Department of Animal Husbandry
How do varieties that are adapted to South Dakota stand up as a geed in comparison with corn? This is the question that the Animal Husbandry department of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station set about to answer, following the development of adapted varieties of sorghums for South Dakota. The purpose of this bulletin is to publish the results obtained during five different feeding years and thus offer opportunity for the livestock producer to familiarize himself with the feeding of sorghum to lambs, whether ir be fed standing in the field or dry lot.
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South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Jordan, R. M.; Burkitt, W. H.; and Wilson, J. W., "Sorghum as a Feed for Lambs" (1952). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 417.