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APPENDIX

DRY ROUGHAGES OF F8BROUS MATERIALS

Toidl dry

Protein

Fat

Fiber

Niree

Total

Calcium

Phot

Nitro

Potas

Material

matter

extract

minerals

phorus

gen

sium

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct

Per ct

Per ct.

Per ct.

per ct.

Per ct.

Per cl-

Per ct.

Alfalfa hay, all analyses

90.5

14.8

2.0

28.9

36.6

8.2

1.47

0.24

2.37

2.Cb

Alfalfa hay, very leafy (less than 25% fiber)

90.5

17.2

2.6

22.6

39.4

8 /

1.16

U.25

¿.lb

2.01

Alfalfa hay, leafy (25-28% fiber)

90.5

15.8

2.2

2/.4

36.6

8.5

1.50

0.24

2.53

2.01

Alfalfa hay, stemmy (over 34% fiber)

90.5

12.1

1.4

36.U

33 4

/. 6

1.10

U.18

1.94

1.68

Alfalfa hay, before bloom

90.5

19.0

2.1

22.6

3d./

9.5

2.22

0.33

3.04

2.14

Alfalfa hay, past bloom

90.5

12.8

2.1

31.9

36 2

7.5

-

2.05

-

Alfalfa hay brown

87.9

17.3

1.6

24.5

35.1

9.4

1.3/

U.26

¿.11

Alfalfa ha black

83.1

17.5

1.5

29.1

25.3

9./

2.80

Alfalfa leaf meal

92.3

21.2

2.8

16.6

39./

12.U

1.69

0.25

3.39

Alfalfa leaves

90.5

22.3

3.0

14.2

40.5

10.5

2.22

0.24

3.57

2.06

Alfalfa meal

92.7

16.1

2.2

27.1

38.2

9.1

1.32

0.19

2.58

1.91

Alfalfa stem meal

91.0

11.5

1.3

36.3

34.8

7.1

1.84

Alfalfa straw

92.6

8.8

1.5

40.4

35.1

6.8

0.13

1.41

-

Alfalfa and bromegrass hay

89.3

12.4

2.0

28.6

38.1

8.2

0.74

0.24

1.98

2.18

Alfalfa and timothy hay

89.8

11.1

2.2

29.5

4U.3

6./

U.81

0.21

1./8

1.78

Alfilaria, dry (Erodium cicutarium)

89.2

10.9

2.9

23.4

40.2

1 1.8

1.57

0.41

1.74

-

Alfilaria dry, mature

89.0

3.5

1.5

31.4

44.1

8.5

0.56

Atlas sorghum stover

85.0

40

2 0

27.9

41 2

6.9

0.34

0.09

0.64

Barley hay

90.8

7.3

2.0

25.4

49.3

6.8

0.26

0.23

1.1 /

1.35

Barley straw

90.0

3.7

1.6

37.7

41.0

6.0

0 32

0.11

0 9

1.33

Bean hay, mung

90.3

9.8

2.2

24.0

46.6

7.7

1.57

-

Bean hay, tepary

90.0

17.1

2.9

24.8

34./

1U.5

2./4

Bean pods, finld, dry

91.8

7.1

1.0

34.8

45.0

3.9

0./8

U.1U

1.14

2.02

Bean straw, field

89.1

6.1

1.4

40.1

34.1

7.4

1.67

0.13

U.98

1.02

Beggarweed hay

90.9

15.2

2.3

28 A

37.2

7.8

1.05

0.27

2.43

2.32

Bent grass hay, Colonial

88.5

6.6

3.0

29.5

42.8

6.6

0.18

1.06

1.42

Bermuda grass hay

90.6

7.2

1.8

25.9

48.7

7.0

0.37

U.I 9

Mb

1.42

Bermuda grass hay, poor

90.0

5.8

0.9

38.8

37.7

6.8

0.93

Berseem hay, or Egyptian clover

91.7

13.4

2.7

21.0

42.7

11.9

3.2/

0.28

2.14

2.0b

Birdsfoot trefoil hay

90.5

13.8

2.1

27.5

41.2

5.9

1.13

0.22

2.35

1.52

Black grass hay (Juncus Cerardi) 89.7 7.5 2.5 25.1 47.3 7.3 - 0.0 1.2" 1.56

Bluegrass hay, Canada 89.3 6.6 2.3 28.2 46.4 5.8 - 0.20 1.06 1.94

Black grass hay (Juncus Cerardi) 89.7 7.5 2.5 25.1 47.3 7.3 - 0.0 1.2" 1.56

Bluegrass hay, Canada 89.3 6.6 2.3 28.2 46.4 5.8 - 0.20 1.06 1.94

Material

Total dry Protein Fat Fiber N-free Total Calcium Phos Nitro- Potas matter extract minerals f horus gen sium

Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per n. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct.

Bluegrass hay, Kentucky, all analyses Bluegrass hay, Kentucky, in seed Bluegrass hay, nativp westem_

6.5 0.46 0.32 1.31 1.73 6.4 0.23 0.20 0.88 1.48 8.0 - - 1.79 -

Bluejoint hay (Calamagrostis Canadensis) Bluestem hay (Andropogon, spp.) Bromegrass hay, all analyses Bromegrass hay, before bloom Broom corn stover

88.5

Buckwheat hulls Buckwheat straw

Buffalo grass hay (Bulbilis dactyloides) Bunchgrass hay, misc. varieties Carpet grass hay__

Cat-tail, or tule hay (Typha angustifolia)

Cereals, young, dehydrated

Chess, or cheat hay (Bromus, spp.)

Clove Clove

Clove Clove Clove Clove Clove hay, alsike, all analyses hay, alsike, in bloom

90.8

1.47

hay, Alyce hay, bur hay, crimson hay, Ladino Ladino, and grass hay

89.0

16.3

Clove Clove Clove Clove Clove hay, mammoth red hay, red, all analyses hay, red, leafy (less than 25% fiber)

hay red, stemmy (over 31% fiber)

hay, red, before bloom

Clove Clove Clove Clove Clove hay, red, early to full bloom hay, red, second cutting hay sweet, first year hay, sweet, second year hay, white

Ciove Clove Clove Clove Clove leaves, sweet 92.2 26.6

stems, sweet 92.7 10.6

straw, crimson 87.7 7.5

and mixed grassy high in clover 89.7 9.6

and timothy hay, 30 to 50% clover 88.1 8.6

Corn cobs, ground

Corn fodder, well-eared very dry

(from barn or in arid districts) Corn fodder, high in water Corn fodder, sweet corn Corn husks, dried

Corn leaves, dried Corn stalks, dried

90.4

2.3

0.4

32.1

54.0

1.6

0.02

0.37

0.37

91.1

7.8

2.2

27.1

47.6

6.4

0.24

0.16

1.25

0.82

60.7

4.8

1.4

16.7

34.2

3.6

0.16

0.11

0.77

0.55

87.7

9.2

1.8

26.4

41.3

9.0

0.17

1.47

0.98

85.0

3.4

0.9

28.2

49.6

2.9

0.15

0.12

0.54

0.55

82.8

7.7

1.9

23.9

42.6

6.7

0.29

0.10

1.23

0.36

82.8

4.7

1.5

28.0

43.3

5.3

0.25

0.09

0.75

0.50

Material

Total dry Protein

Fat

Fiber

N-tree

Total

Calcium

Phos

Nitro

Potas

matter

extract

minerals

phorus

gen

sium

Pc Ct

Per d.

Per cl.

P« ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Corn stoker (ears removed), very dry

90.6

5.9

1.6

30.8

4.65

5.8

0.29

0.05

0.94

0.67

Corn stover, high in water

59.0

3.9

1.0

20.1

30.2

3.8

0.19

0.04

0.62

0.44

Corn tops, dried

82.1

5.6

1.5

27.4

42.0

5.6

0.90

Cotton bolls, dried

90.8

8.7

2.4

30.8

42.0

6.9

0.61

0.09

1.39

3.18

Cotton leaves, dried

91.7

15.3

6.8

10.3

43.5

15.8

4.58

0.18

2.45

1.36

Cotton stems, dried

92.4

5.8

0.9

44.0

37.5

4.2

0.93

_

Cottonseed hulls

90.7

3.9

0.9

46.1

37.2

2.6

0.14

0.07

0.62

0.87

Cottonseed hull bran

91.0

3.4

0.9

37.2

46.7

2.8

0.54

Cowpea hay, all analyses

90.4

18.6

2.6

23.3

34.6

11.3

1.37

0.29

2.98

1.5.1

Cowpea hay, in bloom to early pod

89.9

18.1

3.2

21.8

36.7

10.1

2.90

Cowpea hay, ripe

90.0

10.1

2.5

29.2

41.8

6.4

1.62

—>

Cowpea straw

91.5

6.8

1.2

44.5

33.6

5.4

1.09

Crabgrass hay

90.5

8.0

2.4

28.7

42.9

8.5

1.28

Durra fodder

89.9

6.4

2.8

24.1

51.4

5.2

_

_

1.02

_

Emmer nay

90.0

.97

2.0

32.8

36.4

9.1

1.55

Fescue hay, meadow

89.2

7.0

1.9

30.3

43.2

6.8

0.20

1.12

1.43

Fescue hay, native western (Festuca, spp.)

90.0

8.5

2.0

31.0

42.8

5.7

1.36

Feterita fodder, very dry

88.0-

8.0

2.1

18.7

51.5

7.7

0.30

0.21

1.28

Feterita stover

86.3

5.2

1.7

29.2

41.9

8.3

_

_

0.83

_

Flat pea hay

92.3

22.7

3.2

27.7

32.0

6.7

0.30

3.63

2.02

Flax plant by product

91.9

6.4

2.1

44.4

33.1

5.9

1.02

Flax straw

92.8

7.2

3.2

42.5

32.9

7.0

0.48

0.07

1.15

0.73

Fowl meadow grass hay

87.4

8.7

2.3

29.7

39.5

7.2

1.39

Furze, dried

94.5

11.6

2.0

38.5

35.5

7.0

_!

1.86

_.

Gama grass hay (Tripsacum dactyloides)

88.2

6.7

1.8

30.4

43.1

6.2

_

1.07

Grama grass hay (Bouteloua, spp.)

89.8

5.8

1.6

28.9

45.6

7.9

0.34

0.18

0.93

Grass hay, mixed, eastern states, good quality

89.0

7.0

2.5

30.9

43.1

5.5

0.48

0.21

1.12

1.20

Grass hay, mixed, second cutting

89.0

12.3

3.3

24.8

41.7

6.9

0.79

0.31

1.97

1.15.

Grass straw

85.0

4.5

2.0

35.0

37.8

5.7

_

_

0.72

_

Guar hay (Cyamposis psoraloides)

90.7

16.5

1.3

19.3

41.2

12.4

2.64

Hegari fodder

86.0

6.2

1.7

18.1

52.5

7.5

0.27

0.16

0.99

Hegari stover

87.0

5.6

1.8

28.0

41.7

9.9

0.33

0.08

0.90

Hops, spent, dried

93.8

23.0

3.6

24.5

37.4

5.3

3.68

Horse bean hay

91.5

13.4

0.8

22.0

49.8

5.5

_

_

2.14

_-

Horse bean straw

87.9

8.6

1.4

36.4

33.1

8.4

_

1.38

__

Hyacinth bean hay (Dilichos lablab)

90.2

14.8

1.4

33.6

33.6

6.8

2.37

Johnson grass hay

90.1

6.5

2.1

30.4

43.7

7.4

0.87

0.26

1.04

1.22

June grass hay, western (Koeleria cristata)

88.3

8.1

2.5

30.4

40.5

6.8

1.30

Kafir fodder, very dry

90.0

8.7

2.6

25.5

44.2

9.0

0.35

0.18

1.39

1.53

Kafir fodder, high in water

71.7

6.5

2.7

21.6

37.6

3.3

0.28

0.14

1.04

1.23

Kafir stover, very dry

90.0

5.5

1.8

29.5

44.3

8.9

0.54

0.09

0.88

Kafir stover, high in water

72.7

3.8

1.3

23.7

36.6

7.3

0.44

0.07

0.61

Koahaole forage, dried

88.7

12.7

1.9

29.8

39.2

5.1

2.03

Kochia scoparia hay

90.0

11.4

1.5

23.6

40.7

12.8

_

_

1.82

Kudzu hay

89.0

15.9

2.5

28.6

35.1

6.9

2.78

0.21

2.54

Lespedeza hay, annual, all analyses

89.2

12.7

2.4

26.7

42.2

5.2

0.98

0.18

2.03

Tolal dry Protein Fat Fiber N-free Total Calcium rhos- Nitro- .-of matter extract minerals phorus gen sium

Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per ct. Per rt- Per ct. Her ct. _ Per ct. Her ct Per ct. _

Lespedeza hay, annual before bloom Lespedeza hay, annual, in bli—1

Lespedeza hay, annual, after bloom Lespedeza hay, perennial Lespedeza leaves, annual Lespedeza stems, annual Lespedeza straw_

4.5 0.90 0.15 4.9 0.92 0.22 6.4 1.30 0.20 3.7 0.64 0.13

Lovegrass hay, weeping

Marsh or swamp hay, good quality

Millet hay, foxtail varieties

Mi'let hay, hog millet, or proso

Millet hay, Japanese _

91.2

1.70

2.10

Millet hay, pearl, or cat-tail Millet straw Milo fodder Milo stover

Mint hay _

88.3

12.7

Mixed hay, good, less than 30% legumes 88.0 8.3 1.8 30.7 41.8

Mixed hay, good, more than 30% legumes 88.0 9.2 1.9 28.1 42.8

Mixed hay, good, less than 30% legumes 88.0 8.3 1.8 30.7 41.8

Mixed hay, good, more than 30% legumes 88.0 9.2 1.9 28.1 42.8

Native hay western mt. states, good quality

90.0

8.1

2.1

29.8

43.2

6.8

0.39

0.12

1.30

Native hay, western mt. states, mature and

0.62

weathered

90.0

3.9

1.4

33.6

43.6

Lb

Needle grass hay (Stipa spp.)

88.1

7.2

2.0

30.8

41.9

6.2

I. lb

O^k leaves, live oak, dried

93.8

9.3

2.1

29.9

45.3

b.b

1.49

Oat chaff

91.8

5.9

2.4

25.7

46.3

11.5

0.80

0.30

0.94

0.86

Oat hay

Oat hay, wild (Avena fatua)

88.1

8.2

2.7

28.1

42.2

6.9

0.21

0.19

1.31

0.83

92.5

6.6

2.6

32.5

44.0

6.8

0.22

0.25

1 06

Oat hulls

92.8

4,5

1.3

29.7

50.8

6.5

0.20

0.I0

0.78

0.48

Oat straw

89.7

4.1

2.2

36.1

41.0

6.3

0.19

0.10

0.66

1.35

Oat grass hay, tall

88.7

7.5

2.4

30.1

42.7

6.0

0.14

1.20

1.36

6.8 0.19 0.17 1.23 1.61 7.1 - - 1.33 -6.6 0.35 0.35 0.74 1.44

Orchard grass hay, early-cut Picnic grass hay (Panicum, spp.) Para grass hay

Pasture grasses and clovers, mixed, from closely grazed fertile pasture, dried (northern states) Pasture grasses, mixed, from poor to fair pasture, before heading out, dried

6.8 0.19 0.17 1.23 1.61 7.1 - - 1.33 -6.6 0.35 0.35 0.74 1.44

90.0 20.3 3.6 19.7 38.7 7.7 0.58 0.32 3.25 2.18 90.0 14.1 2.3 19.4 43.2 11.0 0.41 0.12 2.26 0.74

Pasture grass, western plains, growing, dried Pasture grass, western plains, mature, dried Pasture grass, western plains, mature and weathered

90.0 11.6 2.5 28.0 40.2 7.7 0.37 0.24 1.86 -90.0 4.6 2.3 31.9 45.3 5.9 0.34 0.14 0.74 -

Total dry Protein

Fat

Fiber

N-free

Total

Calcium

Phos

Nitro

Potas

Material

matter

extract

minerais

phorus

gen

sium

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Pir ct.

Per ct.

Pasture grass and other forage on western

mt. ranges, spring dried

90.0

17.0

3.1

14.0

49.1

6.8

1.21

0.38

2.72

Pasture grass and other forage on western

mt. ranges autumn, dried

90.0

8.8

4.3

17.4

51.4

8.1

1.41

Pea hay, field

89.3

14.9

3.3

24.3

39.1

7.7

1.22

0.25

2.38

1.25

Pea straw, field

90.2

6.1

1.6

33.1

44.0

5.4

0.10

0.98

1.08

Pea-and-oat hay

89.1

12.1

2.9

27.2

39.1

7.8

0.72

0.22

1.94

1.04

Peanut hay, without nuts

90.7

10.1

3.3

23.4

44.2

9.7

1.12

0.13

1.62

1.25

Peanut hay, with nuts

92.0

13.4

12.6

23.0

34.9

8.1

1.13

0.15

2.14

0.85

Peanut hay, mowed

91.4

10.6

5.1

23.8

42.2

9.7

1.70

_

Peanut hulls, with a few nuts

92.3

6.7

1.2

60.3

19.7

4.4

0.30

0.07

1.07

0.82

Peavine hay, from pea-cannery vines,

sun-cured

86.3

11.9

2.4

23.0

42.2

6.8

1.48

0.16

1.90

Prairie hay, western, good quality

90.7

.57

2.3

30.4

44.9

7.4

0.36

0.18

0.91

Prairie hay, western, mature

91.7

3.8

2.4

31.9

47.1

6.5

0.28

0.09

0.61

0.49

Quack grass hay

89.0

6.9

1.9

34.5

38.8

6.9

1.10

Ramie meal

92.2

19.2

3.8

20.1

35.9

13.2

4.32

0.22

3.07

Red top hay

91.0

7.2

2 3

29.3

45.3

6.9

0.33

0.23

1.15

1.93

Reed canary grass hay

91.1

7.7

2.3

29.2

44.3

7.6

0.33

0.16

1.23

Rescue grass hay

90.2

9.8

3.2

24.6

44.5

8.1

1.57

Rhodes grass hay

89.0

5.7

1.3

31.7

■41.8

8.5

0.35

0.27

0.91

1.18

Rice hulls

92.0

3.0

0.8

40.7

28.4

19.1

0.08

0.08

0.48

0.31

Rice straw

92.5

3.9

1.4

33.5

39.2

14.5

0.19

0.07

0.62

1.22

Rush hay, western (Juncus spp.)

90.0

9.4

1.8

29.2

44.2

5.4

1.50

Russian thistle hay

87.5

8.9

1.6

26.9

37.4

12.7

1.42

Rye grass hay, Italian

88.6

8.1

1.9

27.8

43.3

7.5

0 24

1.30

:

Rye grass hay, perennial

88.0

9.2

3.1

24.2

43.4

8.1

0.24

1.47

1.25

Rye grass hay native western

87.4

7.8

2.1

33.5

37.6

6.4

1.25

Rye hay

91.3

6.7

2.1

36.5

41.0

5.0

0.18

1.07

1.05

Rye straw

92.8

3.5

1.2

38.7

45.9

3.5

0.26

0.09

0.56

0.90

Salt bushes, dried

93.5

13.8

1.6

22.1

38.8

17.2

1.88

0.11

2.21

4.69

Salt grass hay, misc. var.

90.0

8.1

1.8

28.8

39.5

11.8

1.30

_

Sanfoin hay (Onobrychis viciaefolia)

84.1

10.5

2.6

19.7

44.2

7.1

_

1.68

Seaweed, dried (Fucus, spp.)

88.7

5.2

4.2

9.4

53.6

16.3

0.83

Seaweed, dr¡ed (Laminaria spp.)

83.7

11.4

7. 1

8.6

45.8

16.8

1.82

Sedge hay, eastern (Carex, spp.)

90.7

6.1

1.7

29.2

46 3

7.4

_

0.98

Sedge hay, western (Carex, spp.)

90.6

10.1

2.4

27.3

44.0

6.8

0.60

0.24

1.62

Seradella hay

89.0

16.4

3.2

29.8

32.0

7.6

_

0.33

2.62

1.25

Sorghum bagasse, dried

89.3

3.1

1.4

31.3

50.0

3.5

0.50

_

Sorghum fodder, sweet dry

88.8

6.2

2.4

25.0

48.1

7.1

0.34

0.12

0.99

1.29

Sorgnum fodder, sweet, high in water

65.7

4.5

2.4

16.6

37.6

4.6

0.25

0.09

0.72

0.96

Soybean hay, good, all analyses

88.0

14.4

3.3

27.5

35.8

7.0

0.94

0.24

2.30

0.82

Soybean hay, in bloom or before

88.0

16.7

3.3

20.6

37.8

9.6

1.53

0.27

2.67

0.86

Soybean hay, seed developing

88.0

14.6

2.4

27.2

36.5

7.3

1.35

0.25

2.34

0.78

Soybean hay seed nearly ripe

88.0

15.2

6.6

24.0

38.2

4.0

0.86

0.32

2.43

0.81

Soybean hay, poor quality, weathered

89.0

9.2

1.2

41.0

30.4

7.2

0.94

1.47

Total dry Protein matter

Fiber

N-free Total Calcium Phos- Nitro- Pctas-extract minerals phorus gen sium

Soybean straw

Soybean and Sudan grass hay, chiefly Sudan Spanish moss, dried

Sudan grass hay, all analyses__

Sudan grass hay before bloom

Sudan grass hay, in bloom

Sudan grass hay, in seed

Sudan grass, young, dehydrated

Sudan grass straw__

Sugar cane fodder, Japanese, dried Sugar cane bagasse, dried Sugar cane pulp, dried Sweet potato vine, dried Teosinte fodrler, dried

Timothy hay, all analyses Timothy hay, before bloom Timothy, full bloom

Timothy hay, in bloom, nitrogen fertilized Timothy hay, late seed__

Timothy hay, in bloom, dehydrated Timothy hay, second cutting Timothy and clover hay, one-fourth clover Velvet bean hay Vetch hay, common

0.62

0.36

0.64

89.0

88.7

Vetch hay, hairy

Vetch-and-oat hay, over half vetch Vetch-and-wheat hay, cut early Wheat chaff

Wheat straw

Wheat grass hay, crested, cut early

Wheat grass hay, slender

Winter fat, or white sage, dried (Eurotia lanata)

Wire grass hay, southern (Aristida, spp.)_

Wire grass hay, western (Aristida, spp.] Yucca, or beargrass, dried

44.4

41.2

42.3

1.8 19.7 64.3 1.9 0.32 0.14 0.21 0.4 49.6 42.0 2.4 - - 0.18 0.6 45.6 42.2 3.7 - - 0.27 3.3 19.1 45.5 10.2 - - 2.02

0.58

45.0

42.7

45.9

1.50

28.3

25.4

0.51

24.5

40.8

47.9

0.79

2.41

41.0

38.3

CONCENTRATES

Material

Total dry Protein matter

N-free Total Calcium Phos- Nitro- Potas-extract minerals phorus gen sium

Acorns, whole (red oak) Acorns, whole (white and post oaks) Alfalfa-molasses feed Alfalfa seed

ANALYSIS

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B A S I

C

M

A T

ERIAL

S

503

Total dry Protein

Fat

Fl be.

N-free

Total

Calcium

Phos

Nitro

Potas

Material

matter

extract

minerals

phorus

gen

sium

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct.

Per ct

Per ct.

Alfalfa seed screenings

90.3

31.1

9.9

11.1

33.1

5.1

4.98

Apple-pectin pulp, dried

91.2

7.0

7.3

24.2

49.4

3.3

1.12

Apple-pectin pulp, wet

16.7

1.5

0.9

5.8

7.9

0.6

0.24

Apple pomace, dried

89.4

4.5

5.0

15.6

62.1

2.2

0.10

0.09

0.72

0.43

Apple pomace, wet

21.1

1.3

1.3

3.7

13.9

0.9

0.02

0.02

0.21

0.10

Atlas sorghum grain

89.1

1 1.3

3.3

2.0

70.6

1.9

-

-

1.81

Atias sorghum head chops

88.0

9.5

2.8

10.7

60.2

4.8

_

1.52

Avocado oil meal

91.4

18.6

1.1

17.6

36.0

18.1

2.98

Babassu oil meal

92.8

24.2

6.8

12.0

44.6

5.2

0.13

0.71

3.87

Bakery waste, dried (high in fat)

91.6

10.9

13.7

0.7

64.7

1.6

1.74

Barley common, not including Pacific Coast

states

89.4

12.7

1.9

5.4

66.6

2.8

0.06

0.37

2.03

0.49

Barley Pacific Coast states

89.8

8.7

1.9

5.7

70.9

2.6

1.39

.—

Barley, light weight

89.1

12.1

2.1

7.4

64.3

3.2

1.94

Barley, hull-less, or bald

90.2

11.6

2.0

2.4

72.1

2.1

1.86

Barley feed, high grade

90.3

13.5

3.5

8.7

60.5

4.1

0.03

0.40

2.16

0.60

Barley feed, low grade

92.0

12.3

3.45

14.7

56.2

5.3

-

1.97

Barley, malted

93.4

12.7

2.1

5.4

70.9

2.3

0.06

0.42

2.03

0.37

Barley screenings

88.6

11.6

2.7

9.1

61.3

3.9

1.86

Beans, field, or navy

90.0

22.9

1.4

4.2

57.3

4.2

0.15

0.57

3.66

1.27

Beans, kidney

89 0

23.0

1.2

4.1

56.8

3.9

3.68

Beans, lima

89.7

21.2

1.1

4.7

58.2

4.5

0.09

0.37

3.39

1.70

Beans, mung

90.2

23.3

1.0

3.5

58.5

3.9

3.73

Beans, pinto

89.9

22.5

1.2

4.1

57.7

4.4

3.60

Beans, tepary

90.5

22.2

1.4

3.4

59.3

4.2

3.56

Beechnuts

91.4

15.0

30.6

15.0

27.5

3.3

0.58

0.30

2.40

0.62

Beef scraps

94.5

55.6

10.9

1.2

0.5

26.3

8.90

Beet pulp dried

90.1

9.2

0.5

19.8

57.2

3.4

0.67

0.08

1.47

0.18

Beet pulp, molasses, dried

91.9

10.7

0.7

16.0

59.4

5.1

0.62

0.09

1.71

1.63

Beet pulp, wet

11.6

1.5

0.3

4.0

5.3

0.5

0.09

0.01

0.24

0.02

Beet pulp, wet, pressed

14.2

1.4

0.4

4.6

7.1

0.7

0.22

Blood flour, or soluble blood meal

92.2

84.7

1.0

1.1

0.7

4.7

0.68

0.50

13.55

—■

Blood meal

91.8

84.5

1.1

1.0

0.7

4.5

0.33

0.25

13.52 0.09

Bone meal, raw

93.6

26.0

5.0

1.0

2.5

59.1

23.0510.22 4.16

Bone meal, raw, solvent process

93.1

25.7

1.0

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