OSU Research Reports
The association of beef carcass conformation and the yield of thick and thin meat.
Cobalt and Zinc supplementation of “All-Barley” rations for fattening steers.
The performance of Western vs. Dorset X Western crossbred ewes for fall lamb production.
The effect of sex on feed lot and carcass traits in swine.
Some factors associated with the Rebreeding of two-year-old here ford heifers on high, moderate and low levels of winter supplemental feeding.
The cumulative influence of level of wintering on the lifetime performance of beef females through five calf crops.
Influence of calorie source and bulk on feed intake and performance of finishing steers.
Genetic relationships between growth and carcass traits.
Preliminary studies on the performance of lambs weaned at 30 to 45 Days of age.
The effect of pre-weaning plane of nutrition on the growth and development of beef calves.
Improving the utilization of Milo for fattening calves: The effect of various supplements.
The relationship of animal age to lean, fat and bone in the beef carcass.
Improving overall feed efficiency in swine production.
Injectable vitamins for range beef cows and calves.
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