Evaluation of Dietary Preference with a Multiple Latin Square Design

Michael M. Borman, Don C. Adams, Bradford W. Knapp, Marshall R. Haferkamp
1991 Journal of range management  
A sequential multiple latin square experimental design was evaiuated as a tool for establishing dietary preference rankings. Die tary preference of 4 grasses was determined by a series of four 4 X 4 iatin squares where rows were 4 days within a pen, columns were 4 locations of a grass within a pen, and treatments were 4 grasses. Each square (i.e., pen) utilized 1 iamb. Following the completion of trial 1, the most preferred grass was withdrawn and the 3 remaining grasses were further studied
more » ... h a series of four 3 X 3 iatin squares. This procedure was found to be a resource efficient and effective tool for preference ranking.
doi:10.2307/4002961 fatcat:d2wp4arjibhijblb6witvbsije