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Distiller Grains (DDGS & WGS) in Livestock Diets

SESAME Alternative Feeds Analyzer a Windows-based program created by OSU animal scientists, estimates the break-even prices of up to 140 types of feedstuffs based on their nutrient content -- metabolizable energy (ME), rumen degradable protein (RDP), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), etc. -- according to current market prices

Distiller Grains in Livestock Diets factsheet on distiller grain basics from Ohio State University Extension

Feeding Distiller Grains to Livestock websites from Purdue University with species specific information
Distiller Grain by-products in Livestock and Poultry Feed website from University of Minnesota
Using Illinois By-Product Feeds in Livestock Feeding Programs website from University of Illinois
Distiller Grains Utilization Council

Building Plans and Facility Information

Midwest Plan Services

 

 

Beef

Ohio State University Extension Beef Team Information for cow/calf and feedlot operations

Beef Cattle Production University of Nebraska

Ohio Cattle Budgets

Ohio Beef Quality Assurance

Ohio Amazing Graze Newsletter A newsletter for pasture management in Ohio

Ohio State University Extension Beef Production Factsheets

University of Kentucky Beef Production Factsheets

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Dairy

Ohio State University Extension Dairy Team Information for Ohio's Dairy Industry from OSU Extension.

Ohio Dairy Outlook from Dr. Cameron Thraen

Ohio Dairy Budgets

Ohio Agronomy Guide - Forage and Pasture Production

Ohio State University Extension Dairy Production Publications

University of Kentucky Dairy Production Publications

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Equine

Horse Boarding Budget

Ohio State University Horse Information for commercial and 4-H

Horse Nutrition Bulletin

Ohio Agronomy Guide - Forage and Pasture Production

Ohio State University Extension Equine Publications

University of Kentucky Equine Publications

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Goats

Meat Goat Production and Economic Factsheet

Ohio Amazing Graze Newsletter A newsletter for pasture management in Ohio

University of Kentucky Goat Production Publications

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Poultry

Ohio State University Extension Poultry Production Factsheets

University of Kentucky Poultry Production Publications

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Sheep

Ohio Sheep Team Newsletter

Ohio Sheep Budgets

Ohio Amazing Graze Newsletter A newsletter for pasture management in Ohio

Ohio Agronomy Guide - Forage and Pasture Production

Ohio State University Extension Sheep Production Factsheets

University of Kentucky Sheep Production Publications

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Swine

Ohio Pork Industry Center Information on many topics for Ohio Pork Producers

Ohio Pork Budgets

Ohio State University Extension Swine Production Factsheet

University of Kentucky Swine Production Publications

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Llama

Llama Production

Alpaca

Alpaca Basics

Aquaculture

Ohio Aquaculture Budget

Ohio Center for Aquaculture Development

 

More information on specific Livestock

Beef          Dairy          Equine          Goats          Poultry          Sheep

Swine        Llama        Alpaca           Aquaculture

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