Source: Karen Briere,, July 11, 2019 

Protein supplementation is relevant in a drought year or during dormant season grazing, particularly on native forage

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Cattle producers struggling to deliver proper protein in dry conditions and with poor feed sources could consider supplementing with canola meal, says a University of Saskatchewan professor.

Dr. Greg Penner said a study funded by both industry and the federal government compared feeding heifers canola meal and dry distillers grain as protein supplements.

The canola meal cost more to buy, but was more cost efficient in the end, he told the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association convention.

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