Supplemental nutrients for cattle--as concentrated feeds, harvested forages, or a complimentary grazing program--account for a significant portion of annual production costs in a cattle operation. The producer should know how a supplement affects daily forage intake. Supplementation strategies for different situations are given. (7 Pages)
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