TAMU ANSC 318 - Exam 2 Study Guide (9 pages)

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Questions from Lecture 11-18


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9
Type:
Study Guide
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Ansc 318 - Feeds & Feeding
Edition:
1

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ANSC 318 1st Edition Exam 2 Study Guide Lectures 11 17 Lecture 11 October 9 Feedstuffs Characteristics What are the differences in percent of forages and concentrates in ruminants vs nonruminants Ruminants with the exception of feedlot cattle eat mainly forage based diets 70 while nonruminants are fed a mainly concentrate ration This is due to the ease of digestibility of concentrates and nonruminant s lack of fiber digestion What industry uses the largest proportion of concentrate feedstuffs in the US The hog industry uses 30 of US feedstuffs What classes fall under the pasture and grazed forages category Grasses family Gramineae legumes family Leguminosae forbs and browse How much protein do proteinaceous silages have They contain 10 protein Give 2 examples of mineral supplements Bone meal and limestone Give 2 examples of vitamin supplements Fish oil and wheat germ What feed additive would you use to prevent product deterioration Chemical preservatives Do roughages or concentrates have a high calcium and low phosphorous content Roughages Concentrates have a low calcium and high phosphorous content What are some characteristics of Carbonaceous Concentrates They have 35 NDF high energy content and 20 CP What in corn can animals convert to Vitamin A carotene What are some advantages and disadvantages to feeding corn Advantages no limitations with nutritionally balanced diets only grain with carotene can be fed whole mainly ruminants Disadvantages susceptible to mold damage that can produce mycotoxins Where is most of the Sorghum in the US produced Why Texas Sorghum is more drought resistant than other crops and does well in the Texas climate How does Sorghum nutritionally compare to corn In swine it has 95 of the feeding value of corn and in ruminants it has 70 95 of the feeding value of corn Sorghum can also be the only grain in a nutritionally balanced diet Why is wheat not primarily used for livestock It is more expensive than corn and sorghum because of its use



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