ANR Update: Goats. Dr. Ken Andries Kentucky State University. Parasite Issues. Resistance is becoming a big problem Proper management critical to survival Selection must be included in the program Grazing management is critical to the solution Integrated approach is needed
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Dr. Ken Andries
Kentucky State University
University of Kentucky
Replicated feedlot study (2)
Comparing a typical corn and soybean meal ration with rations composed of increasing levels of DDGS for the total ration
DDGS at 0%, 10%, 15% and 25% of the total ration
The concentrate was fed at 3% of body weigh daily and hay was fed ad lib.
Diets were balance using both concentrates and hay and were similar in energy and protein content
Diets were balanced to meet or exceed nutritional requirements (Based on NRC 2007)
Funded by Distiller Grains Technology Council
8” and variable height as needed to control escape.
1 full inch
Feedlot fed slaughter goats