A.S. Series 68-34
Northcentral South Dakota is an area in which corn is not produced in sufficient quantity for livestock feed needs. Since barley and oats are also produced in the area, both are used singly or in combination for swine production. Work at the Northcentral Substation, Eureka, has demonstrated that properly supplemented all- barley rations support rapid growth and efficient gains for swine. Because of interest in the area in using oats also for swine rations this trial was designed to compare barley alone with combinations of barley and oats.
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
McCarty, J.W.; Wahlstrom, Richard C.; and Dittman, Albert, "Combining Barley and Oats for Growing-Finishing Gilts" (1968). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1968. 9.