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Image 4 of Progress report (Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station) n.196

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ANIMAL NUTRITION SECTION (continued) Page Oral or Abomasal Supplements of Methionine or Methionine Hydroxy Analogue for Lactating Cows ..................................... 39 ` Absorption Measured by ArterialVenous Difference of Sugars, Volatile Fatty Acids and Amino Acids in Calves Fed Milk or Hay and Concentrate .............. 40 A Portal Blood Flow in Holstein Calves and Steers as Affected by Position, Activity, Weight, Feeding and Diet ................................. 40 Absorption of Sugars, Volatile Fatty Acids, and Amino Acids, Measured by ArterialVenous Difference in Steers on Two Maturity Alfalfa Hays ........... 40 Creep Feeding Spring Calves on Kentucky Bluegrass - Ladino Clover or Fescue Ladino Clover Pasture .................................. 40 Effects of Blighted Corn Silage on Beef Cattle ......................... 43 Preformed Protein Sources of Different Solubility in Steer Rations ............. 43 Preformed Protein Source in AllConcentrate and Minimum Roughage Rations for Finishing Steers .................................... 45 Supplemental Nitrogen Sources for Growing Steer Calves ................... 47 Comparative Efficacy of the High CIS and High TRANS Isomers of Diethylstilbestrol if for Steers ......................................... 48 Chromic Oxide and Crude Protein Excretion in Steers as Influenced by Water Restriction ..................................... 50 Placental and Mammary Transfer of Vitamin A in Beef Cows ................. 50 Ruminal Destruction of Vitamin E Administered with Ethoxyquin or Sodium Nitrate ..... 51 Pre-Intestinal Disappearance of Vitamin D2 in Ruminants .................. 52 Feedlot Performance and Carcass Characteristics of Steers Fed Tapazole ......... 54 Pattern of Digesta Passage and Ruminoreticular Motility in Sheep Fed Hay E1 Libitum ......................................... 55 Digestibility and Passage Rate of Alfalfa Hay in Wethers Treated with Histamine and Formic Acid ...................................... 57 14CLeucine Incorporation by Liver and Muscles of Insulin-Treated Sheep ......... 58 Ruminal Histamine in Wethers with Acute Indigestion ..................... 58 Cellulose Digestion in Sheep Fed an Extract of Aspergillus Orygae ............. 59 Absorption of Amino Acids in Sheep Fed Alfalfa ........................ 59 Absorption of Leucine Infused into the Abomasum of Sheep .................. 60 Biliary Excretion of Injected Vitamin A in Sheep - Effect of Replacing Collected Bile .... 60 EnteroHepatic Recycling of Vitamin A in Sheep ....................... 61 Diurnal Variations in Amino Acid Absorption in Sheep .................... 61 Evaluation of Heat, Formaldehyde and Tannic Acid Treated Soybean Meal for Lambs .... 62 Urea and Heated Soybean Meal Supplementation to Lamb Rations ............... 63 Effect of Opaque2 Corn and Protein Level on the Nitrogen Utilization of Early Weaned Lambs .......................... ' .......... 64 Apparent Excesses of Amino Acids in Whole Egg Protein ................... 66 Effect of Soybean Meal, Lysine and Methionine Supplementation to Opaque2 and Normal Corn on Performance of Young Pigs ....................... 67 Effect of Blighted Corn on the Performance of GrowingFinishing Pigs ........... 68

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