Effect of corn hybrid and grain processing method on rate of starch disappearance and performance of finishing cattle.

@article{Ladely1995EffectOC,
  title={Effect of corn hybrid and grain processing method on rate of starch disappearance and performance of finishing cattle.},
  author={S R Ladely and Rick A. Stock and F K Goedeken and R P Huffman},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1995},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={
          360-4
        }
}
Two trials evaluated the effects of different corn hybrids on in vitro rate of starch disappearance and finishing cattle performance. Hybrids were selected, based on in vitro rate of starch disappearance (A = fastest, B = intermediate, C = slowest). In Trial 1, hybrids A and B were fed as dry-rolled and early-harvested, high-moisture (28%) corn and hybrid C was fed as dry-rolled corn. Cattle fed dry-rolled hybrid A gained faster (P < .10) and more efficiently (P < .10) than cattle fed dry… CONTINUE READING

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