Feedlot Nutrition and Nutrition Management

Effects of Feeding Cobalt Dextro Lac (CDL) on Feedlot Performance and Carcass Value of Finishing Steers Fed Wet Corn Gluten Feed

Author
  • Allen Trenkle (Iowa State University)

Abstract

A 192-day experiment involving 144 young Angus steers fed growing and finishing diets containing 20% corn gluten feed was conducted to evaluate feeding a soluble source of readily available cobalt. No benefits were observed in rate of gain, feed intake or carcass value by feeding the available source of cobalt.

Keywords: ASL R1741

How to Cite:

Trenkle, A., (2002) “Effects of Feeding Cobalt Dextro Lac (CDL) on Feedlot Performance and Carcass Value of Finishing Steers Fed Wet Corn Gluten Feed”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 1(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2002
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