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07/06/17 Sound Ag Advice 217

Livestock are at higher risk of nitrate poisoning during times of drought. Nitrate poisoning may occur if livestock eat drought-stressed crops and forages, which can accumulate nitrates. Carl Dahlen, NDSU Extension Service beef cattle specialist joins this week’s Sound Ag Advice to talk about how livestock producers can manage high nitrates in their feed.
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