Camelina meal and crude glycerin as feed supplements for developing replacement beef heifers – P. Moriel, V. Nayigihugu, B.I. Cappellozza, E.P. Gonçalves, J.M. Krall, T. Foulke, K.M. Cammack, and B.W. Hess – Journal of Animal Science – 2011

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Summary: Angus × Gelbvieh rotationally crossbred yearling heifers were used in a 2-year randomized complete block design experiment with repeated measures to determine the effect of feeding camelina biodiesel coproducts (meal and crude glycerin) on serum concentrations of triiodothyronine, thyroxine, insulin, β-hydroxybutyrate, and glucose, as well as on growth and reproductive performance. We conclude that camelina co-products can replace conventional corn-soybean meal supplements in the diets of developing replacement beef heifers. Link: