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Volunteer crops can provide additional animal feed

Aug 10, 2012
“However, there may be some opportunities to grow some animal feed after the early season crops, such as wheat and peas, are harvested,” says Hans Kandel, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension Service agronomist. “Of course, the opportunities depend on the availability of rainfall and residual soil moisture.

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