A.S. Series 71-29
This experiment was conducted to determined the need for a sulfur supplement with urea used as the primary supplemental protein in corn silage or ear corn diets for growing and finishing steers. Supplements which contained one part of sulfur to 10 or 20 parts nitrogen from the urea were compared to a urea supplement without added sulfur and to a low-protein corn supplement fed at the same level. The experiment consisted of a corn silage feeding phase of about 4 months and a ground ear corn phase of about 6 months.
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Department of Animal Science and the Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Embry, L. B.; Luther, R. M.; and Fredrikson, J. F., "Sulfur Supplementation With Urea as the Supplemental Protein With Corn Silage or Ear Corn Diets for Beef Steers" (1971). South Dakota Cattle Feeders Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1971. 15.