Take care when feeding drought-stressed forages

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Experts at Texas A&M University remind you that drought-stressed corn is highly variable, which means its dry matter content within the pile, and when fed, also fluctuates. If your silage corn was drought-stressed, they suggest you frequently test for moisture content, starch content, NDF digestibility and nitrates. This allows you to better formulate rations for highproducing dairy cows.

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