Defining Forage Quality
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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This publication covers the definition of forage quality, the main factors affecting forage quality, and the components and importance of forage analyses. It focuses on the need for producers to understand forage quality and the factors that affect its constituents. This will help them improve livestock production by making decisions that optimize forage nutritive value and intake. (6 pages)
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