OSU Research Reports
Effect of Abomosally Infused Methionine, Bypassed Methionine and Hydrolyzed Feather Meal in Steers.
Comparison of In Vivo Nylon Bag Dry Matter and Organic Matter Digestibility of Oklahoma Range Forages During Different Seasons.
Cattle Breeds, Feedlot Performance and Carcass Characteristics.
The Influence of Variety on Nutritive Characteristics of Grain Sorghum.
Seed Characteristics of Different Varieties of Grain Sorghum.
Response of Different Sorghum Seed Classes to Reconstitution.
Rumensin and Protein Bypass in Steers.
Ruminal Turnover Rate - Influence of Feed Additives, Feed Intake and Roughage Level.
Fermented, Ammoniated Whey - Its Energy and Protein Value.
Cement Kiln Dust Trials.
Lyophilized Rumen Fluid for Use in In Vitro Dry Matter Disappearance Studies with Grain.
Bovine Boots - A New Research Tool.
Effect of Preweaning Milk Level and Biological Type on Postweaning Feedlot Performance and Carcass Traits.
Characteristic of Forage-Fed vs. Grain-Fed Slaughter Cattle.
Corn Moisture, Protein Concentration and Rumensin and Digestion by Feedlot Steers.
High Moisture Com Additives.
Corn Moisture Level for Feedlot Steers.
Protein Sources and Levels for Dry and High Moisture Corn.
Ammonia, ChemStor and Formaldehyde Treated High Moisture Com Grain for Feedlot Steers.
Ronnel or Monensin for Feedlot Heifers.
Liquid Trace Mineral for Feedlot Steers.
Slow-Release-Urea and Energy Levels for Cattle Fed Low Quality Roughage.
Effect of Monensin on Weight Gain and Forage Intake by Replacement Heifers on Native Range.
Twenty-Four vs. 30-Month-OldCalving With Hereford Heifers.
Effect of Potassium on Weight Gains of Steers Wintered on Dormant Native Range.
Performance and Economic Comparisons of Alternative Beef Production Systems for Fall-Weaned Calves.
Steer Weight Gains on Midland, Hardier, Okla. and SS-16 Bermudagrass Pastures.
Seasonal Changes in the Nutritive Value of Five "Old World Bluestems".
Grazing Preferences of Four Bermudagrass Varieties by Bulls.
Frequency of Feeding Small Grains Forage for Supplementation of Range Grass Hay.
Digestibility of Five "Old World Bluestem" Hays.
Productivity Comparisons of Various Three-Year-Old Crossbred Cow Groups.
Comparisons of Lactation Performance Among Various Four-Year-Old Crossbred Cow Groups.
Comparison of Feedlot Performance and Carcass Traits of Charcoals and Brahman Sired Three-Breed Cross Calves.
Endrocrine Function of Bulls Exposed to Elevated Ambient Temperature.
Influence of Growth Stimulants on Reproductive Performance of Heifers.
Factors Influencing the Postpartum Anestrous Interval in Range Cows.
Protein Requirements for the Young Growing Boar.
Whey-Grown Yeast as a Protein Source for Baby Pigs.
Influence of Protein Intake, Energy Intake and Stage of Gestation on Protein Status of the Gestating Gilt.
A Comparison of Mating Systems Utilizing Duroc, Hampshire and Yorkshire Breeds for Swine Production.
A Preliminary Evaluation of Mating Systems Involving Durac, Yorkshire, Landrace and Spot Breeds Producing Three- and Four-Breed Cross Pigs.
Increasing Reproductive Efficiency of Gilts Managed in Confinement.
Observations on Milk Production of Crossbred Ewes During Three Different Seasons.
Summer Lambing Performance of Crossbred Ewes of Finnsheep, Dorset and Rambouitlet Breeding When Mated in January to Purebred or Crossbred Rams.
Whey-Grown Yeast as a Protein Source for Lambs.
Feeding Value of Reconstituted Sorghum Grain for Dairy Cows.
Influence of Feeding Cells of Lactobacillus acidophilus on the Fecal Flora of Young Dairy Calves.
Effect of Sour Colostrum on Survival of Staphylococcus Aureus.
Studies on Once-Daily Artificial Insemination Programs.
Evaluation of a Commercial Robotic Culture in Broiler Rations.
The Influence of Changes in Muscle DNA Content and Nuclear Number on Muscle Growth in Feedlot Cattle.
Feed Efficiency and Carcass Characteristics of Ram Lambs Slaughtered at Four Weights.
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