Duration: 1 hour
Animal feeds are often measured or described in terms of a variety of characteristics. These characteristics are influenced by the physical and chemical structure of the plants used. In this course, you'll learn about the composition of plant tissues used as animal food, common pasture grasses, pasture hays, silage, root crops, and trees for fodder. Includes easy to use examples for identifying typical feed parameters.
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