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Salmonella in Livestock Feed

by Cassandra Jones Olivia Harrison


Publication describes strategies to decrease the spread of Salmonella disease in feed mills. 4 pages, color.

Published Date: Jul 2021

Feed Mill Biosecurity for Feed Mill Managers

by Cassandra Jones et al.


Publication describes strategies to reduce the risk of contamination of animal feed by organisms that produce disease such as viruses and bacteria. 4 pages, color.

Published Date: Jul 2021

Feeding Low-Test-Weight and Sprouted Wheat

by Twig T. Marston Joel M. DeRouchey


Wheat that has been downgraded is priced for feeding rather than milling. Cattle and swine feeders should consider using processed wheat that is unacceptable for milling. 4 p.

Published Date: Aug 2004

Feed Safety Basics for Veterinarians

by Cassandra Jones et al.


Describes methods to reduce the risk from swine viruses and other highly contagious livestock diseases. Diseases can be spread by contaminated feed, surfaces such as feed mills, feed equipment, trucks, employee shoes, and similar contact points. Quarantine time, temperature, and anti-microbial feed additives can reduce the risk of pathogens surviving in feed. 4 pages, color.

Revision Date: Jun 2021

Diet and Feed Management to Reduce Gaseous Emissions from Livestock Production

by Zifei Liu


Gaseous emissions from livestock can be reduced through proper diet and feed management. This publication outlines principles and practices for achieving this goal. 4 pages, b/w.

Published Date: Nov 2017

Evaluating Pellet Quality

by Charles Stark Adam Fahrenholz


This publication describes techniques used to measure feed pellet quality. 4-page, color.

Published Date: Jul 2015

Evaluating Particle Size of Feedstuffs

by Charles Stark Julie Kalivoda


This publication describes the equipment and procedure used to evaluate feed particle size. Color, 4-page.

Published Date: Nov 2016

Evaluating Feed Components and Finished Feeds

by Scott Baker Timothy J. Herrman


Contains information pertaining to ingredient specifications, finished feed properties, types of assays to perform, and interpreting lab results.

Revision Date: Oct 2001

Feed Biosecurity for Swine Producers

by Cassandra Jones et al.


Questions and answers about feed mill biosecurity practices. 4-page, color.

Published Date: Nov 2020

Leachate from Silage and Wet Feed Storage

by Joseph P. Harner III et al.


As responsible stewards of the environment, producers need to remain aware of the risk of leachate from silage and other wet feed ingredient storages, and take appropriate steps to reduce and manage the leachate/runoff from feed storage and processing areas. This publication describes factors for consideration and best practices to implement. 4 pages, color.

Published Date: Oct 2020

Composition and Feeding Value of Cottonseed Feed Products for Beef Cattle

by Dale A. Blasi Jim Drouillard


Nutrient composition and feeding management of whole cottonseed, cottonseed meal and hulls. This will help beef producers use cottonseed by-products, reducing costs of production. 22 p.

Published Date: May 2002

Wheat Middlings Composition, Feeding Value, and Storage Guidelines

by Dale A. Blasi Gerry Kuhl Keith C. Behnke


Optimal storage conditions and feed value of wheat middlings for livestock consumption.

Published Date: Aug 1998

Wheat Pasture in Kansas

by James P. Shroyer Dale L. Fjell Kevin C. Dhuyvetter


Wheat in parts of Kansas can be grazed without detrimental effects on grain yield. This publication discusses considerations to grazing wheat.

Revision Date: Apr 1993

International Soy Shipping: Frequently Asked Questions

by Allison K. Blomme et al.


Publication includes several common questions about importation of soy products and provides a brief description of best practices for importing the feed ingredient. 4 pages, color.

Published Date: May 2022

Nutritional Composition of Feedstuffs for Beef Cattle

by Jason M. Warner


This publication summarizes the nutrient composition of feed ingredients for dietary formulation and evaluation for beef cattle. Feedstuffs considered commonly available to producers across Kansas are included, along with additional ingredients for which composition values are well documented. 12 pages, color.

Published Date: Oct 2023

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