Beef-herd owners learn to use fall grass to supplement poor-quality drought hay

Nov 2, 2012
Cows take poor-quality forage into their rumen, the stomach for digesting fiber. However, microbes in the rumen that digest fiber must have at least 7 percent crude protein to keep working. Protein supplement can come from grain, byproduct feeds or grass.

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