FBN conducted a commercial feeding trial with 335 head of Angus-Holstein cross calves in Southwest Minnesota. There were two treatment groups: one group was being fed the FBN Profectus diet and the other was being fed a conventional ration balanced for NEg and crude protein. Calves were on feed an average of 382 days, growing from an average of 207 lbs on arrival to 1400 lbs.
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