Dissertation - Open Access
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Lawrence B. Embry
The objective of this experiment was to measure the effects of level of wintering nutrition and pasture treatment upon growth and reproduction of Hereford heifers from weaning to 4 1/2 years of age. Levels of certain blood constituents were determined at periodic intervals throughout the study as additional indicators of adequacy in intake for some major nutrients and for measures of general health of the animals. Data pertaining to weight and feed are reported in the English system, even though the metric system was used in the Review of Literature section. This was considered desirable in view of present common usage and the ease of application of results to practical farm and ranch conditions.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Beef cattle -- Feeding and feeds
South Dakota State University
King, Harold R., "Growth, Reproduction and Blood Characteristics of Hereford Females" (1976). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 5550.