A.S. Series 71-21
One area of research in beef cattle feeding that is receiving major emphasis at this station is the comparative value of dry and high-moisture grain under various conditions of use and the benefits of processing in comparison to feeding as whole grain. Previous research has involved levels of roughage and moisture content of the roughage (hay or haylage).
In this experiment, dry or high-moisture corn grain was fed whole and rolled with a limited feed of corn silage with urea or soybean meal furnishing the supplemental protein.
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Department of Animal Science and the Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Burkhardt, J. D. and Embry, L. B., "Dry and High-Moisture Corn Fed Whole or Rolled With Corn Silage in Cattle Growing-Finishing Diets" (1971). South Dakota Cattle Feeders Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1971. 7.