Researchers at Kansas State University may have just found a safety net for dairy producers during times of limited water availability or drought.
Graduate research assistant Benjamin Saylor reported findings of a study showing that teff hay has the potential to replace alfalfa and corn silage in the diets of lactating dairy cows. Teff is a warm-season grass native to Ethiopia, where the grain is also used for human consumption. Due to its physiology, teff is well-suited to drought co
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