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A: Cows on stalks will be able to use some NPN. NPN supplies a source of nitrogen so that the rumen microbes can make their own protein. For them to make their own protein cows need nitrogen supplied by NPN and a carbon chain to make the protein. The carbon chain comes from energy that the cattle eat, in this case some grain, husk, and leaves.
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Which licks to use during the growing season?
Which licks to use during the growing season? - De Heus
Table 1: Composition of homebrew lick for cattle ingredients and parts by weight. Cottonseed meal or copra meal The mixture to use depends on how the cattle take to the lick. This varies with the class of country and the amount of salt in the drinking water. Generally it is best to start with an intermediate mixture and then adjust as necessary towards the low palatability mix to reduce intake and towards the high palatability to increase intake until the cattle are taking 0. It may be necessary to get cattle started on a simple, palatable mixture, such as 70 kg grain, 15kg molasses, 15 kg salt and 9 L water.
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Which type of lick tub for winter grazing?
A survey of lick supplementation and management practices of commercial beef farmers in the Zastron District. Foster L. I ; Fourie P. II ; Neser F. Email: pfourie cut.
The question is, is it the right approach to limit the supplementation of licks in the growing season, or should we rather focus on lick supplements so that our animals can achieve maximal growth at minimal cost during the dry season? The answer will probably vary for each producer, but the crux of the matter is the principle of lick supplementation which is not just to supplement shortfalls, but rather to stimulate the rumen to maximize use of the available pasture. This effect of rumen stimulation is even greater on good quality grazing than with low quality roughage.