Lab 4 ANSC 120

Lab 4 ANSC 120 - ANSC 120/SAAS 20 Livestock Feeds...

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ANSC 120/SAAS 20 Livestock Feeds Laboratory Report  Lab 4, September 18, 2007                                            Section Number__3:00 – 5:00 _         Name____Russ Caudill __ 1. What are the seven (7) different classes of nutrients required of all animals that  were discussed in class and lab? The   seven   different   classes   of   nutrients   required   of   all   animals   are  carbohydrates, proteins, fat, vitamins, minerals, water and oxygen. 2. For each of the nutrients above, name two different feedstuffs that can be used  as a source of that nutrient. Two different feedstuffs that can be used as a source to receive the  nutrients listed above would be: Carbohydrates – corn and milo Proteins - wheat grass and alfalfa silage Fat – cottonseed and corn Vitamins – Ensiled yeast and carotene  Minerals – calcium carbonate and limestone Water – gamma grass and wheat grass Oxygen – the air the animal breathes and nutrients  3. List two of the feedstuffs discussed in lab that are rich in protein.
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