Ration Management

AgriLife Extension schedules hay workshop

After a year of drought, East Texas hay stocks remain low, making production efficiency ever more important, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. FULL STORY »

2011 corn silage proving to be good dairy feed

Nutritionists and producers feeding 2011 corn silage are reporting good milk yield and milk components FULL STORY »

Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference coming up

The conference will be held April 24-25 in Fort Wayne, Ind. Presentations will focus on nutrition and animal health, milk components, forage management and current issues. FULL STORY »

Get answers about corn shredlage

Corn shredlage is a new method of harvesting whole-plant corn for silage that has been receiving a lot of interest lately. Learn answers to some frequently asked questions about this process. FULL STORY »

Florida nutrition symposium proceedings available

Tap into what the experts had to say recently about forage digestibility, amino acid balancing, rumen fermentation and more. FULL STORY »

"Cow College" materials online

A wide range of nutrition topics was presented at the recent Virginia State Feed Association & Nutritional Management “Cow College.” Now you can browse the papers and slides from your computer. FULL STORY »

Forage decision-making worksheet available

The "Corn Silage: Hay Economics Calculator" is intended to help dairy producers make economical forage decisions. FULL STORY »

Forage quality, feed costs and financials

If you missed it, you can still listen to the audio recording of a Penn State conference call that focused on these topics. FULL STORY »

Tips for feeding low-forage diets

Forage alternatives can replace a large fraction of forage in the diet. However, keep these considerations in mind when reducing the forage content of lactating-cow diets. FULL STORY »

Nutrition resources in Spanish

Several nutrition resources that have been translated into Spanish are available at the Penn State Dairy Cattle Nutrition web site. FULL STORY »

Fact sheet on MUN and ammonia emissions

Milk urea nitrogen is used as a measure of feed protein efficiency, but can also be used to measure the extent of ammonia emissions, according to research in a fact sheet from the U.S. Dairy Forage Resource Center. FULL STORY »

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