Guidelines for feeding forages that contain nitrates

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Drought-stressed forages can contain high levels of nitrates. The results of a laboratory analysis can help you determine if drought-stressed forages contain harmful levels of nitrates.

Bill Mahanna, global nutritional sciences general manager with Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc., provides the following guidelines to help you incorporate forages that contain nitrates into your rations:


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