ALKALIZING POTENTIAL OF BRUCITE ( MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE ) AND SODIUM BICARBONATE FOR FEEDLOT CATTLE

@inproceedings{Montano1999ALKALIZINGPO,
  title={ALKALIZING POTENTIAL OF BRUCITE ( MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE ) AND SODIUM BICARBONATE FOR FEEDLOT CATTLE},
  author={Martin F. Montano and Juan Felipe Calder{\'o}n and Francisco J. Muro Castrej{\'o}n and John David Garza and Joao Bosco Siqueira and Richard Zinn},
  year={1999}
}
Four Holstein steers (320 kg) with ruminal has not been evaluated. Supplementing a high-energy cannulas were used in a 4×4 Latin square design experiment to lactation diet with .5% BR decreased DM intake and milk yield evaluate the effect of brucite (BR; a natural source of in Holstein cows (Thomas et al., 1984), but increased DM magnesium hydroxide) and sodium bicarbonate (SB) on intake was observed in lambs fed a barley-based finishing diet ruminal characteristics following a glucose… CONTINUE READING

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