The type and amount of concentrate included in beef cattle diets can greatly influence production and profitability. Small grains are typically fed in these rations, but the inclusion of by-product feeds, such as wheat middlings (WM), in growing and finishing diets have recently been studied (Dalke et al., 1997; Blasi et al., 1998).
ZoBell, Dale; Olson, K. C.; Stonecipher, C. A.; Wiedmeier, R. D.; Murdock, J. S.; and Chandler, D. A., "Studies on Feeding Wheat Middlings to Beef Heifers and Growing and Finishing Beef Steers" (2003). All Current Publications. Paper 438.