From the Jan. 7, 1936 News Record:

A lamb feeding experiment, to be carried on this winter on the State Experiment farm at Gillette for the comparison in feeding value of locally grown hay crops, started Dec. 17. Three lots of lambs are being fed. Lot one is fed alfalfa hay. Lot two is fed sudan grass hay. Lot three is fed crested wheat grass hay. All three lots are fed a grain ration of shelled corn and a little cottonseed meal, along with the different hay each lot is fed.

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