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4 > Image 4 of Kentucky farm and home science, vol. 4 No. 1 winter 1958

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

3Il I0gIlII1 01] l1Ct y l1tl1C " A ' l N t 't' S t' W k t Basne research, held lllVStlg<l0llS 1 " _ _ A ,r Z -:V~; i e;. I. ==- " '''. 1 A ;V ' 1 4 --;;;.;Z;,;`z=:;.,;,;V and teachmg are mcluded 111 4 V11_ __ ,I%,E __:_:E .1 - V.. " - _VV ._ __1 3,;..:; V;__; . =-: t v~$ 2 ~~;i V ,2% ,=.. T ;;. 11_;e .' work bemg done here =*=e# ~ ~ ,; v-,, 4 _;,,;,V;:_~_ . - V_1;_ . A _ . A 1. -;; , -__ 1 ...y_ . , A *e=; _. * , .3 ,.,, 1 . 11V;` = &: 1** %=;-, iir By ANIMAL NUTRITION s1ac:T1oN -. ;h - - ' I I II <>:,.~ ....% m;x:.., >j* _ . { _ ( . One ol tl1e great transitions 111 modern agriculture ==1 - . . Y 1 . .. -- :=- - ~11 M , 1 1.:.. , . z lz has been from tl1e concept ol feeds and leedmg to .I 11_-V;V ani e I- - _ Q nutrients llIl(l nutrition." - 1= w ~ = ..= > =i1 . .,, ...., . ' As late as 25 years ago, a livestock producer needed - ._ == Ji _- v .1 t - Y w i ; * W . . . . . . `i1.;__ . A == I `*A .. i 1, _ ~` =--; .-;_; Ollly a l111nted l(ll()\Vl(lg ol a lew important leeds to 1= Q ..... . { ..A_.A, 4,- formulate profitable rations for l1is cattle, swine, sheep, V `` i ' I 2lll(l poultry. However, profitable livestock feeding _. @ 2 =e_-. A.AA ;` }';*cii* *1 2 'r.-.`L,.,> 1-* 4 ` ;. |l58-style requires tl1at the l-'lI`llll` have t k11owledge 1 Y ?1 ` " . `_ _ __ ..1. 1. _ --4 ol proteins, carbohydrates, lats, vitamins, n1111erals, 4 . j r $.1; _;A-. . . . .. mis `,. 1 ig .-.. . ;: antibiotics a11d hormones. = _ l11 response to those needs, some years ago the Ken- These steer metabolism stalls are being used in nutrient ( Lucky [.\gl~i(-ulllu-ul iixpcriulcnt Station initiated gl l)2Il2ll1C lllld (llgCS[llt)1ll[>y [I`lLllS. lt 1S IICCCSSRIYT [hill UTIIIC and feces be collected lor analysts. research and teaching prograni directed toward the { a11imal 11utritio11 problems of the state. Vith unpre- . , . . ' . . .. . . . . the .\llllll2ll lndustry (.roup. lhe more recent ad- __ tentious lacihties, tl1e persom1el ol the Annnal Nutri- . . , . . . , . . . . , . vances in the .-\n1mal Nutrition research program have .-1 ll()ll 5(T[l()ll ol tl1e University s :\Illlllill lndustry I , . I I .I. II I I IKCIICII CIIOII _ . . . . >een lll rnmnrtn nu r1 l()Il l`()ll 1 co (.roup have l)Cll conducting basic llLl[l`l[l()Il research. _ I _ I I I, I I .1 II ii H N . . . . lll )2lSl(` researc1 ant 1ec 1 tves . a o s. held investigations, llllll both a graduate and under- g` graduate teaching program. Low-quality Roughuge Utilization lll il(l(llll()Il to those activities, the .-\nimal Nutrition .-\n abundance of lowc1uality roughages is available Section maintains a research service laboratory for the for sheep and cattle feeding in Kentucky. Information .\nimal Husbandry, Poultry a11d Dairy SC(`[l()llS of as to the most efhcient 11se of these ronghages i11 111ai11- ~_ 1% ,. J, 4 ._ _, ( * 1 " i ~ T 4 ='. fi T i t -- E g . - . . - ' 1 .4- ...= tu? ... `-Q; Q, ' ' 2 } c - Q e:*=-i. Ei { i =- , . I I _,_..A Iv I I ; . { _ _ I -A A, .1% _ I I Q T; - I ~_Q*'. "j~l- 1 I 1 -4*1 1 . T - 'V ,. ..1.. " Several thotnsand analyses l`or ,_,` _ _ -.-- I _. tl1e presence of cl1e111ical ele- 9 _ .b.. A F . li `i,_" ments and otl1er SUl.)S('lIl(`CS re lt i ""* tk " ii, l i l {Ay? l 2* 1. 1 Iv _ l I i I. \ t dll ,\v\ ~ A v;' ; I I I Q matt tac 1 you 1) tut .- mma Ii, _ 1 _ r , , _ _] Ig \ _ I A Nutrition Section. This picture l - I I Ht ; - i . _,,__ V A shows a worker doing copper I Il I * Att- - I I ; . k w ! and molvbdenuni analyses. .. _ ,. _ J . ? J 4 I I. . I It I 5; % _P` ' =;Y* " l iw. " F ` s =. 4 _ ! . 2 fi A- L . I I L . . =. - 1 = . 2* { i 4 l{EN'1`UCKY litast ..x1> Home Se1uxcE\\-1x1r11 1958 __ Fi