2 edition of Stockwater"s effect on cattle performance on the high desert found in the catalog.
Stockwater"s effect on cattle performance on the high desert
by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore
Written in English
|Statement||Forrest A. Sneva, L.R. Rittenhouse, V.E. Hunter.|
|Series||Station bulletin / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 625., Station bulletin (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 625.|
|Contributions||Rittenhouse, Larry Ronald, 1940-, Hunter, V. E., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
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drinking directly from a pond (dugout).Author: Caitlin Hebbert. A study was conducted to examine the effects of water source on cattle production and behavior, to determine the relationship of selected chemical and biological constituents on the observed.
The effect of water treatment on cattle performance was tested in 2 experiments, one with steers (Y earling experiment) and a second with cow–calf pairs (Cow–Calf e xperiment), at a site 8 km. Cattle drives involved fording rivers and navigating swamplands and tropical forests.
“It was a big show,” he recalls, beaming as he speeds a feed truck down a sandy, sun-baked road in the. The duration of the negative effects of high-sulfate water on livestock has received little attention in the literature.
However, one study conducted at SDSU demonstrated that steers receiving water containing ppm sulfate or less were able to compensate for lost growth performance during the finishing period (Tjardes et al. Primary anti-quality factors, in excessive concentrations, known to affect water intake and (or) metabolism of dairy cattle include TDS, sulfur, sulfate, and chloride (both biologically active anions), nitrate, iron, manganese, and fluoride.
performance during the finishing period (Tjardes et al. Water containing greater than ppm sulfate may cause reductions in the final weight of the cattle (Tjardes et al. The negative response to high-sulfate water does not appear to be as pronounced in grazing cattle. Johnson et al. () demonstrated that water containing ppmFile Size: 1MB.
fects of high salinity levels on livestock performance, largely due to the nature of these measurements, which do not identify specific contaminants and their associated concentrations. Two water sources may have similar salinity levels Table 1.
Water consumption requirements for cattle (gal/head/day). Temperature (°F) Gal/lb DM* lb CalfFile Size: KB. High levels of salt in drinking water can be detrimental to the health and performance of cattle, causing muscle loss and scouring. Additionally, livestock will generally refuse to drink highly saline water, leading to dehydration and reduced performance.
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Performance of grazing cattle maybe affected. plus ppm. Dangerous. Health problems expected. Reduction in performance. Results of studies evaluating water quality on cattle performance – Two South.Effects of Health on Performance and Systems of commercial beef cattle production may fall and accompanying mud in the winter, and high heat and humidity in the summer.
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