Growth, nutrient utilization, and body composition of dairy calves fed milk replacers containing different amounts of protein1

@article{Blome2003GrowthNU,
  title={Growth, nutrient utilization, and body composition of dairy calves fed milk replacers containing different amounts of protein1},
  author={R. Blome and J. Drackley and F. Mckeith and M. Hutjens and G. Mccoy},
  journal={Journal of Animal Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={81},
  pages={1641 - 1655}
}
Abstract Male Holstein calves <1 wk of age were allowed a 2-wk adaptation period after purchase, and then were blocked by BW and assigned randomly within block to either a baseline slaughter group or one of four experimental groups (n = 8 to 9 per group). Treatments were isocaloric milk replacers (12.5% solids) fed at 12% of BW that contained 16.1, 18.5, 22.9, or 25.8% CP (DM basis) from whey protein sources. After a 6-wk feeding period, all calves were slaughtered and the weights and chemical… Expand
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