Advancement in developing reduced-lignin alfalfa made

Advancement in developing reduced-lignin alfalfa made

While alfalfa acres and dietary inclusion rates may be on the decline, alfalfa is still an important forage in dairy diets.

*Bill Mahanna, Ph.D., Dipl ACAN, is a collaborative faculty member at Iowa State University and a board-certified nutritionist for DuPont Pioneer based in Johnston, Iowa. To expedite answers to questions concerning this article or to submit ideas for future articles, please direct inquiries to Feedstuffs, Bottom Line of Nutrition, 7900 International Dr., Suite 650, Bloomington, Minn. 55425, or email [email protected]

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