Because immature ruminants do not have a functional rumen, feeding recommendations differ for developing ruminants compared with adult ruminants. For instance, it is recommended immature ruminants are not allowed access to feeds containing non-protein nitrogen such as urea. Developing ruminants are also more sensitive to gossypol and dietary fat levels than mature ruminants. Higher incidence of disease leads to diminished production and higher maintenance costs, reducing the profitability of your farm. This involves feeding a strictly limited diet, or “elimination

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