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Anti-quality Factors in Beef Cattle Diets

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Publication Number: P2521
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Under certain conditions, beef cattle may be exposed to forages and feeds containing toxic or harmful compounds. When consumed, these anti-quality factors can result in reduced cattle growth, depressed reproductive performance, poor health, and even death. Download the PDF to learn more.

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Portrait of Dr. Jane Parish
Professor and Head
Beef cattle

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