OVER the years, organic dairy producers have expressed frustration over a lack of available information on forage production. Research-based information regarding forage for their herds has been difficult to come by, which, in turn, may have led to decreased profitability for their operations.
Recently, researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) and the University of Kentucky received funding from the U.S. Departme
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