Feed Ingredients

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Falling wheat acres could be boost for corn, soybeans in US

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Low wheat prices are prompting questions about how US feed crop acres will be allocated next year, as acreage that is not planted with winter wheat could add to production of other feed crops like corn and soybeans, says analyst.

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USDA: Forage, hay availability fears prompt cover crop rules change

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Wet weather and delayed planting are raising fears about forage and hay availability for US livestock and dairy producers and sparking the US Department of Agriculture to change when cover crops can be harvested or grazed on prevented planting acres.

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Cutting methane emissions in cattle

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Adding pods and foliage of locally available legumes to cattle diets, may reduce cattle methane emissions, boost protein digestion and support dry matter intake, say researchers.

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California is feed deficient state due to flooding

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Flooding and flood-related damage across parts of the Midwest continues to bring supply challenges and changes to livestock and feed producers both in the region and across the country.