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Using The Slotted Fence Shelter For Beef Cows in Western North Dakota

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Title: Using The Slotted Fence Shelter For Beef Cows in Western North Dakota
Author: Nelson, James L.; Conlon, Thomas J.
Description: The slotted board fence is an effective shelter for beef cattle in western North Dakota. It has been compared with the solid board fence and pole sheds for feedlot shelter for growing-finishing calves in year-around trials at the Dickinson Branch Station. These trials indicated that there were not any marked differences in rate of gain, efficiency of feed conversion or health of the cattle in these trials. A diagram is included.
Date: 1975
Subject: Livestock production
Cattle
Ranching
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9721

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