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Finishing Beef Cattle on Grass with Self-Fed By-Products 2006 Results

Authors
  • Daniel G. Morrical (Iowa State University)
  • Mark S. Honeyman (Iowa State University)
  • James R. Russell (Iowa State University)
  • Daryl R. Strohbehn (Iowa State University)
  • Dallas L. Maxwell (Iowa State University)
  • W. Darrell Busby (Iowa State University)
  • Joe Sellers (Iowa State University)

Abstract

There has been increasing interest by consumers in beef from cattle that are finished or fattened “on grass” rather than in a conventional feedlot. Also recently, Iowa has had a proliferation of plants that produce ethanol from corn. One by-product of this process is distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS). The objective of this study was to feed beef cattle to market weight by grazing cool-season grass supplemented with self-fed by-product pellets.

Keywords: ASL R2277

How to Cite:

Morrical, D. G., Honeyman, M. S., Russell, J. R., Strohbehn, D. R., Maxwell, D. L., Busby, W. D. & Sellers, J., (2008) “Finishing Beef Cattle on Grass with Self-Fed By-Products 2006 Results”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 5(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/ans_air-180814-540

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Published on
01 Jan 2008
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