Feedlot cattle nutrition and management
Richard Zinn, Professor, Animal Science, 1004 Holton Rd., El Centro, CA 92243, 760 356 3068, email@example.com
Enhancing efficiency of feedlot cattle production through improvements in nutrition, health and management. For further information about Feedlot cattle studies conducted at DREC, please access the CattleCal newsletter at: http://ceimperial.ucanr.edu/news_359/CattleCal_483/
Buenabad, B. C. Latack, R. A. Zinn. 2020. Effect of Supplemental Calcium Levels on Feedlot Growth Performance and Dietary Net Energy Utilization during the Receiving Feeding Period of Calf-Fed Holstein Steers. O J. Anim. Sci. 10: 1-9.
H. V. Carvalho, B. C. Latack, L. Buenabad, and R. A. Zinn. 2020. Influences of implant hormone strategy on growth performance of calf-fed Holstein steers fed in excess of 300 days. Appl J. Anim. Sci. 37:199-206.
F. Montaño, J. O. Chirino, B. C. Latack, J. Salinas-Chavira, and R. A. Zinn,. 2019. Influence of supplementation of growing diets enriched with rumen-protected methionine and lysine on feedlot performance and characteristics of digestion in Holstein steer calves. Appl. Anim. Sci. 35: 318-324
C. Latack, L. Buenabad, and R. A. Zinn. 2019. Influence of virginiamycin supplementation on growth performance, carcass characteristics liver abscess incidence, with two different implant strategies in calf-fed Holstein steers. Appl Anim Sci 35:628-633.