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DTN Distillers Grain Update
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Apr 24, 2015 07:36 AM CDT

By feeding grazing cattle with a distillers grains/salt supplement, cattle producers can stretch their pasture and limit intake without sacrificing performance, according to a recent feeding trial conducted at Kansas State University.

Dale Blasi, professor and extension beef specialist at Kansas State University in Manhattan worked on the project that was headed by graduate student Nick Melton.

Blasi told DTN one of the motivations to complete the study was that around the middle part of the grazing season, somewhere around the third week of June, protein levels in grass begin to decline. Over the rest of the growing season, the ...

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