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Grain, Byproducts Are Options for Cattle During Drought

“An option that warrants serious consideration is to source and secure cereal grains or byproduct feeds to serve as energy sources for cow herds,” says Carl Dahlen, North Dakota State University Extension Service beef cattle specialist. “Not only can these feeds provide needed energy for herds, they also may be purchased at a significant cost savings, compared with buying hay.”  Read more here.

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