Purchases include $317 million for dairy, $258 million for meat and $175 million for combination of fresh produce, dairy and meat.
Dairy cows fed grass with naturally high vitamin E content produce milk with more vitamin E than when feed contained synthetic vitamin E.
Compared to high-fat diets, feeding lactating Jersey cows high-starch diets may increase nitrogen partitioning toward milk secretion.
Feeding high-quality colostrum is first step in ensuring dairy calves are set up for success.
Knowledge of brassica management for forage compared with annual ryegrass is lacking, which has inhibited producer adoption.
Research indicates granule size has major impact on degree of rumen protection of fat supplements