Corn residue can be a good option for extending the grazing season, but too much grain can cause digestive upsets and other health issues.
If you are considering planting a cover crop after grain harvest, consider whether the planting might also serve as fall forage for livestock.
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Because it is less risky than the other available options, hay is the most common winter feed option. While it does require less planning, it can also be the most expensive method of preservation.
Combinations of frost-damaged forages, resulting in the accumulation of prussic acid, and their ingestion, may prove fatal for livestock.
Grazing crop residues can help lower the costs of feeding your herd.
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