|Title||Winter nutrition of fall-calving cows and calves|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1985|
|Authors||Turner, HA, Raleigh, RJ, ,|
|Keywords||cow feed levels, creep feeding, lactating cows, native meadow hay, supplementation|
Studies were conducted over a 10-year period to determine the feasibility of supplementing lactating cows being wintered on native meadow hay. The interaction between cow feed levels and creep feeding of calves was also investi-gated. Results show that a full feed of meadow hay to the cows and no creep to the calves may be the most profitable. When cattle prices are high in relation to feed costs, supplementing the cows with protein and energy along with creep feed for the calves may be profitable.