According to FOOD VALUES OF PORTIONS COMMONLY USED, a 100 g (3.5 oz.)
portion of pumpkin (a fruit, by the way) contains 26 calories, 6.5g
carbohydrate (6.5%), 1.0g protein, 0.1g fat and 1.1g fiber. Compare with
100g corn which has 358 calories andd 72.2g carbohydrate (72.2 %) and 8.9g
At 08:40 PM 10/23/97 -0400, you wrote:
>We have an over abundance of pumpkins this year and aren't going to get
>them all sold. Does anyone have any information or experience in feeding
>pumpkins to livestock? What is their feeding value? Is there anything to
>know in feeding them to 1000 lb. steers?
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