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Corn byproducts

 

4/17/09 Ethanol Co-Product Use in U.S. Cattle Feeding: Lessons Learned and Considerations, a USDA Feed Outlook special report

Ridin’ Herd: Be prepared for opportunities this summer, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, July 2008


Using Distillers’ Grains in Alternative Cow-Calf Production Systems, by Iowa Beef Center Staff, Angus Journal, August 2008


Determining Quality: Feedstock makes a difference in feeding distillers’ grains, by Kay Ledbetter, Texas AgriLife Research and Extension, Angus Journal, August 2008

 

Heifer Development: Nebraska researchers report feeding of DDGs improved AI conception rates among heifers, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, April 2008


Grazing With Distillers’ Grains: The availability of distillers’ grains promises to change how many of us pasture our cattle, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, March 2008


Corn Coproduct Survival Guide: Consider a number of factors before buying, by Barb Baylor Anderson, Angus Journal, March 2008


Manage Corn Coproducts in Feed Rations: By paying close attention to other effects on the diet, coproducts can be effectively used as supplementation, if the price is right, by Barb Baylor Anderson, Angus Journal, March 2008

An Economic Winter Alternative: Strip-grazing standing corn with corn gluten feed offers a feeding option for winter, by Barb Baylor Anderson, Angus Journal, March 2008

 

Effects of the U.S. Corn/Ethanol Policy on the U.S. Cattle Industry: Andy Gottschalk’s presentation at the 2007 Range Beef Cow Symposium, summary and proceedings available in the newsroom at www.rangebeefcow.com.

Using Byproduct Feeds in Cow-Calf Programs: Ivan Rush’s presentation at the 2007 Range Beef Cow Symposium, summary, PowerPoint and proceedings available in the newsroom at www.rangebeefcow.com.

 

The Biofuel Revolution and You: Experts predict that the explosion in biofuel production will have major repercussions for the beef industry, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, February 2007


Biodiesel Contributes to Protein Inventory: Beef operations less likely to benefit from soy-based biodiesel, but increased production of oilseed biodiesel could change that scenario, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, February 2007


Feeding Strategies in the Age of Ethanol: Success for a growing number of beef producers will depend on their ability to integrate ethanol byproducts into their feeding regimen, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, February 2007


Feeding Distillers’ Grains? Watch Sulfur Content:
Experts say the risk of cattle developing PEM from eating distillers’ grains is manageable, but it takes diligence and effort, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, February 2007


The Distillers’ Challenge: Reality dictates more distillers’ grains will be fed, but with what effect on beef quality?, by Eric Grant, Angus Journal, February 2007


Distillers’ Decisions: Feeding ethanol coproducts is an easy sell in Illinois (with sidebar: Penciling it out), by Barb Baylor Anderson, Angus Journal, February 2007

 

Ridin’ Herd: Just bag it, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, September 2006


The High-Moisture Option: Feeding high-moisture byproducts can be an excellent way to reduce feeding costs, but it pays to do one’s homework, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, August 2006


Mixing Dry Materials with Wet Ethanol Byproducts Increases Storage Life,
by Galen Erickson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, June 2006


Ridin’ Herd:
Using corn coproducts in the beef cow industry, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, September 2005


Ridin’ Herd: Corn coproducts, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, August 2005

 

Utilization of Corn Co-products in the Beef Industry, 20-page brochure by the Nebraska Corn Board and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, January 2005


Feed it Wet or Dry: Corn gluten, distillers’ grains could help ranchers cut feed costs, by Shannon Hartenstein, Angus Beef Bulletin, March 2004


Answering Questions About Corn Coproducts, by Kindra Gordon, Angus Journal, November 2002

 

Byproducts Offer Alternatives, by Troy Smith, Angus Journal, October 2002

 

 
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