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Soybean oil crackcorn for steer
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bryan (WI)    Posted 11-21-2001 at 14:06:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
Does a teaspoon of soybean oil and some crackcorn work good for fatning up a steer?


Burrhead    Posted 11-22-2001 at 17:02:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
yessir the oil does a good job.

I use veggie or corn oil here because it's cheaper and does about as well. I don't know how much good a spoonfull will do.

I put about 1/2 pint in the feed at each feeding and it does good for fattening and giving the animal a shiney slick looking coat.

It works real good for older hosses that don't digest good any more too.


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