Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Illustration of a bunk in which to feed grain to cattle, with platform approach. In use by J. R. Fulkerson, Jerseyville, Ill. [USA].
Photograph of a Burbank spineless Opuntia leaf. The text beneath the image notes that the cactus was used as food for domestic animals.
Calculation Showing the Amount of Food Consumed and the Resulting Product in Lbs. of Beef, 1870s-1930s
Calculation showing the amount of food consumed and the resulting product in lbs. of beef focussing on concentrated food, roots and straw feed to get the live-weight versus dead-weight of dressed beef laid to rest for one week.
Located in A.B.R.O. Reprints 1947-1957. Volume 1 of 19.
Located in I.A.P.G.R-E.R.S. Staff Papers 1991. Part 2.
Table of type and amount of feed given to cattle for six months as an experiment to discover the cost of food and feeding results in 1901.
Table showing the quantities of dried food given to cattle that are a certain live weight with a mention of the amount of water needed.
Table of information on the percentage of dry matter in swedes and equivalent in feeding value of 10 tons of average swedes for cattle feeding between the years of 1900 and 1907.
Table comparing the amount of swede rations fed to cattle over a period of 165 days for an experiment to analyze live weight in 1901.
Table of information on feeding experiments with cattle over eighteen months old at Cockle Park between 1907-1908. It indicates the rations per head daily during the four month trial and the different types of feeds used to monitor the cows live weight.