Animal Science Department

 

Authors

Date of this Version

January 2001

Comments

Published in Nebraska Beef Cattle Report 2001, published by Agricultural Research Division, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, and Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

Abstract

Contents

Cow/Calf
A Comparison of Beef Cattle Crossbreeding Systems Assuming Value-Based Marketing
June versus March Calving for the Nebraska Sandhills: Production Traits
June versus March Calving for the Nebraska Sandhills: Economic Comparisons
June versus March Calving for the Nebraska Sandhills: Economic Risk Analysis
Protein Supplements and Performance of Cows and Calves in June-Calving Production Systems
Performance and Economics of Winter Supplementing Pregnant Heifers Based on the Metabolizable Protein System
Forage Intake and Nutrient Balance of Heifers Grazing Sandhills Winter Range
Summer Grazing and Fall Grazing Pressure Effects on Protein Content and Digestibility of Fall Range Diets
Annual Forage Production and Quality Trials

Growing
Compensatory Growth and Slaughter Breakevens of Yearling Cattle
Undegradable Intake Protein Supplementation of Compensating, Grazing Steers
Undegradable Intake Protein Content of Corn Steep Compared to Soybean Meal
Utilization of Bt Corn Hybrids in Growing Beef Steers
Wet Corn Gluten Feed Supplementation of Calves Grazing Corn Residue
Impact of Grazing Corn Stalks in the Spring on Crop Yields

Finishing
Economic Returns of Wet Byproducts as Cattle Feed
Urinary Allantoin Excretion of Finishing Steers: Effects of Grain Adaptation and Wet Milling Byproduct Feeding
Programmed Gain Finishing Systems In Yearling Steers Fed Dry-rolled Corn Or Wet Corn Gluten Feed Finishing Diets
Economic Evaluation of Corn Processing for Finishing Cattle
Effect of Corn Processing on Degradable Intake Protein Requirement of Finishing Cattle
High Moisture and Dry-Rolled High-Oil Corn for Finishing Feedlot Steers
Corn Processing Method in Finishing Diets Containing Wet Corn Gluten Feed
Implant Programs for Feedlot Heifers Using Synovex® PlusTM
The Effect of Feeding Pressed Sugar Beet Pulp in Beef Cattle Feedlot Finishing Diets
Effects of Feeding Regimen on Performance, Behavior and Body Temperature of Feedlot Steers
Restricted Feeding Strategies for Reducing Heat Load of Yearling Steers
Managing Heat Stress in Feedlot Cattle Using Sprinklers
The Relationship of the Characteristics of Feedlot Pens to the Percentage of Cattle Shedding Escherichia coli O157:H7 Within the Pen
A Diagnostic Strategy to Classify Pens of Feedlot Cattle by the Prevalence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Fecal Shedding
Influence of Restricted Intake and Reduced Dietary Starch on Colonic pH and E coli Prevalence
Phosphorus and Nitrogen-Based Beef Cattle Manure or Compost Application to Corn
Composting of Feedlot and Dairy Manure: Compost Characteristics and Impact on Crop Yields

Beef Products
Consumer Acceptance and Value of Strip Steaks Differing in Marbling and Country-of-Origin
Physical and Chemical Properties of 39 Muscles from the Beef Chuck and Round
Fiber Type Composition of the Beef Chuck and Round
The Effects of Post-Harvest Time and Temperature on Glycolytic Potential of Beef Muscle
The Role of Muscle Glycogen in Dark Cutting Beef

New Technology
Dietary Conjugated Linoleic Acids (CLA) and Body Fat Changes
Changes to the Purine Assay Improve Purine Recovery and Assay Precision
Urinary Allantoin Excretion as a Marker of Microbial Crude Protein Supply for Cattle
Evaluation of 1996 Beef Cattle NRC Model and Development of Net Energy Modifiers

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