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Effects of Breed Type, Creep Feeding and Growth Implants on Heifer Pre- and Postweaning Growth and Reproductive Performance

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Based on these results, a cow-calf producer wishing to retain suitable heifers as herd replacements and sell the remaining heifers at weaning can reasonably consider implanting all heifer calves. High-protein creep, limit-fed to suckling heifer calves had no effect on pre-weaning, post-weaning, or reproductive performance in this study.

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Resource Updated:
10/4/2013 2:47:21 PM

Effects of Breed Type, Creep Feeding and Growth Implants on Heifer Pre- and Post-Weaning Growth and Reproductive Performance

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Last Updated: 10/4/2013 2:47:21 PM
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