Forage may lower ruminal acidosis risk

Forage may lower ruminal acidosis risk

GROWING beef cattle in North America are typically fed high-grain diets with a limited amount of forage to cost-effectively maximize productivity, said K.M. Koenig, G.E. Chibisa and K.A. Beauchemin of Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada's Lethbridge Research Centre and G.B. Penner of the University of Saskatchewan.

At the recent joint annual meeting of the American Society of Animal Science and American Dairy Science As

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