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Image 454 of Annual report. 1919

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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l 38 Circular N0. 23 milk that they produeed. Every two weeks the rations were alternated. l - ` Ration and Average Daily Milk Yield from Each Cow Ration A—2 parts barley, 1 part oats, 1 part velvet- [ bean feed ....................r..r...................,..r.........A......................... 17.49 lbs. milk Ration B—1 part corn meal, 1 part bran ............................ 16.61 lbs. milk Difference in favor of Ration A .................... .88 lb. milk From these data it will be seen that the mixture of barley, { . oats and velvet-bean feed was somewhat superior to the COYH meal, wheat-bran mixture; in fact, it was one of the best grain mixtures that was used at this Experiment Station last winter. Cost of the Materials and Mixtures, per Ton. A B - Barley—oats- Corn Barley Oats Velvet- Com Bran. velvet-bean meal bean feed. meal. feed mixture. bran mixture. Aug. ..5568 $56 $40 $80 $46 $58 $63.00 Nov. .. 66 54 34 76 43 55 59.50 Feb. .. 78 62 42 78 39 65 58.50 l