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Nitrate toxicity and the first winter snow storm
Of particular concern is the scenario where cows are fed this hay for the first time after a severe winter storm. Cattle can adapt (to a limited extent) to nitrate intake over time. However, cattlemen often will feed the higher quality forage sorghum type hays for the first time during a stressful cold wet winter storm.
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