Question 1) Give references for feed tables and other information. 2)… 1) Give references for feed tables and other information. 2) Present a table showing requirements for your problem animal. 3) Present feedstuffs and their composition in a table. 4) Show successful calculations. 5) Display ration (feed weights/day) and diet composition (nutrients/kg) on both As-fed and DM basis. 6) Tabulate a check of your ration against estimated feed intake and nutrient requirements. Problem #1 Calculate a daily ration for a mature, lactating ewe weighing 50 kg and suckling twins at 30 days after parturition. Balance the diet for crude protein (CP) and digestible energy (DE). Use the requirements for a ewe 6-8 weeks of lactation suckling twins. The maintenance requirement is already included in the requirements. Problem #2 Calculate a daily ration for a 4-year-old Holstein cow, weighing 700 kg and producing 35 kg milk (3.0% milk fat) per day. She is in the first month of pregnancy. Formulate the diet for CP, net energy for lactation (NEl), and calcium (Ca). You need to add the maintenance requirement and the lactation requirement to get the total requirement. HINT: this cow should eat between 3.0 to 3.5% of her body weight in dry matter each day. Problem #3 Balance a daily ration for a mature mare weighing 400 kg and in early lactation (foaling to 3 months). Be sure the diet is balanced for DE, CP, and Ca. The maintenance requirement is included. HINT: a mare of this size should eat between 2.0 to 3.0% of her body weight as dry matter each day.Image transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 1 Composition offeedstuffs commonly fed to cattle,sheep, and horses. Data f… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textBrome hay, late bloom, S-C 1-00-88889 10.0 37 68 43 0.30 0.35 2.43 1.991.14 0.58 1.20 55 2.38 54 … Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 1 (Continued).ENERGY UTILIZATION, DRY BASIS,MCAL/KG CATTLE INTL…. Show more… Show moreImage transcription textPrairie plants, midwest, hay, 2.02 46S-C 1-03-191 92 5.8 34 – 0.43 0.15 2.251.84 1.00 0.45 51 Rape, fre… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 1 (Continued).ENERGY UTILIZATION, DRY BASIS,MCAL/KG CATTLE SHE… Show more… Show moreImage transcription text6 / 12 100% + Trefoil, Birdsfoot, fresh2-20-786 24 21.0 25 1.91 0.22 2.91 2.391.51 0.91 1.72 66 2.78 2.28 … Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 5 Mineralcomposition of salts and mineralsupplements used in lives… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 11 Nutrientrequirements of horses (daily nutrientsper horse), 400 kg mature… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 16 (Continued).NUTRIENTS PER ANIMAL BODYWEIGHT DRY MATTER P… Show more… Show moreImage transcription text11 / 12 100% + First 6-8 weeks lactationsuckling twins (wean by 8 weeks) 6.45.2 306 0.67 8.4 5.6 4,00… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAPPENDIX TABLE 29 Daily nutrientrequirements of lactating and pregnantcows. (From 1978 NRC P… Show more… Show more Biology Science Nutrition FN MISC Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)
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