Management considerations for a grazing dairy in the northestern United States
Cows harvest their own forages-daily-for a good portion of the year on a grazing dairy. This simple fact introduces new factors that influence profitability, as well as making certain management decisions more difficult than on a conventional farm. This paper will discuss the high points of pasture management and forage preservation, nutrition, and other interesting factors affecting cow health and profitability on the grazing dairy.
Senior seminar paperSeminar SF610.1 2007 S55
Cattle -- Feeding and feeds; Cattle -- Diseases -- Nutritional aspects
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