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The value of Traffordgold in bull-beef diets

An account of a trial comparing the physical and financial performance of beef animals fed either a cereal-based diet or one based on 'Traffordgold'.

Year of Publication2009

'Traffordgold' is a co-product of the industrial processing of wheat. Beef bulls fed a diet based on 'Traffordgold', bread and sugar-beet feed were heavier at slaughter, had fewer liver abscesses and achieved a higher gross margin than those fed a standard cereal-based feed.

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animal nutrition intensive beef production
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