I feed ground ear corn now, but before that I fed ground shelled corn and also ground corn & oats. I grind the feed myself and add a mineral & protein supplement to the mix. We butcher in mid-Feb., so I start feeding them a little feed around Labor Day while they're on pasture, and slowly bump up their feed until they're at 20 lbs/day each by Thanksgiving. Then I fill the steer stuffer and it's all they can eat from then on for 3 months. They still have pasture access to move around as they want, and I have straight alfalfa hay available too, but they don't eat much of that. Mine are Lowline black angus, and finish around 280lb per hanging half at about 20 months age.
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