Monensin studied in cattle grazing low-quality forage

Monensin studied in cattle grazing low-quality forage

*Dr. Joao Vendramini is an associate professor of pasture and forage management at the University of Florida Range Cattle Research & Education Center in Ona, Fla.

WARM-season grasses are the main forages and feed resources used in beef cattle production in tropical and subtropical areas.

In extensive grazing systems, limited fertilization and fixed and continuous stocking rates have resulted in forages with highly

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