A FORGOTTEN forage grass imported from Europe in the 1800s could soon begin to help boost cattle and dairy production in parts of the Upper Midwest after U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists in Madison, Wis., released the grass for commercial production.
The grass, named "Hidden Valley," was discovered on a farmer's shaded hilltop in a longtime pasture that had never been seeded with commercial forages. Cattle thrived on the grass, and it grad
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