Visitation to Cottonseed Storage Sites by Feral Swine and Evidence of Gossypol ExposureUSDA National Wildlife Research Center - Staff Publications
Date of this Version4-1-2010
AbstractTexas ranks first in U.S. cotton production, and southern Texas is a major region of production within the state. Within Kleberg County, for example, approximately 16,147 ha are planted in cotton annually, yielding approximately 68,200 bales, or 15,467 metric tons, of cotton (U.S. Department of Agriculture [USDA] 2009). Cotton producers have discovered new uses for cotton ginned by-products, such as hydro-mulch (Holt et al. 2005) used as a protein supplement for range livestock (DelCurto et al. 2000) and white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus; Cooper 2006). Because of this, much of the materials are temporarily stored for later use.
Citation InformationTyler A. Campbell, Sarah Bullock, David B. Long, David G. Hewitt, et al.. "Visitation to Cottonseed Storage Sites by Feral Swine and Evidence of Gossypol Exposure" (2010)
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