Utilization of Cull Vegetables as Feedstuffs for Cattle
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Davis, Courtney, Lindsey Wiggins, and Matt Hersom. 2012. “Utilization of Cull Vegetables As Feedstuffs for Cattle: AN280/AN280, 8/2012”. EDIS 2012 (8). Gainesville, FL. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-an280-2012.


Cull vegetables can be an economical source of nutrients in beef cattle diets. They may be offered to beef cattle producers at a decreased cost or no cost. This 3-page fact sheet discusses the nutrient content and characteristics that need to be understood when utilizing cull vegetables. Written by Courtney Davis, Lindsey Wiggins, and Matt Hersom, and published by the UF Department of Animal Sciences, August 2012.

AN280/AN280: Utilization of Cull Vegetables as Feedstuffs for Cattle (ufl.edu)

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United States National Research Council (US NRC), Committee on Animal Nutrition, and Canada Department of Agriculture Research Branch, Committee on Feed Composition. Atlas of Nutritional Data on United States and Canadian Feeds. Prepared by the US NRC Subcommittee on Feed Composition: E. W. Crampton, chairman, and L. E. Harris. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 1971.

Dairy One, Forage Laboratory Services, Feed Composition Library (accessed May 25, 2012). http://www.dairyone.com/Forage/FeedComp/MainLibrary.asp