A few post down I started a post about brewers grain, check it out. My baldies are up around 650-700 lbs and I just cut them out to pasture. I keep large round bales in front of them most the time. I feed a small bucket of brewers grain and a good scoop of steam flaked corn(roasted) and a scoop of crimped oats twice a day, before work and when I get down there in the evening. I let them out during the day and back in the feed yard at night with the hay. 90 days before butchering I lock them up to no grass with as sweet a alfalfa hay I can find which they only get enough to keep their gut from twisting and I lay the finisher on them until it's flowing out the back end like , well you get the picture. My beef tastes great if I may say so my self. The japanese kobi beef is raged about, well feeding the brewers grain can't be to far off the mark. One last thing, I don't tell the butcher how I want it cut until it's hung for ten days no exceptions. It 's a must on setting the meat up for the right curing. oh no chemicals, diatemaceous earth and garlic for worms and external pest.
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