Hay mold a growing concern
— Negative impacts on calves cited.
— Additional waste weighs financially.
Forage and ruminant nutritionists are urging producers to be careful
when it comes to buying their fall and winter hay and other harvested
forages due to concerns that mold is more prevalent this year than the
past several years.
First and second cutting hay from the central and northern Plains,
Intermountain West and Northwest are of the most concern because of the
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