Fermentation Analysis of Silage : Use and Interpretation

  title={Fermentation Analysis of Silage : Use and Interpretation},
  author={R. Timothy Ward},
Mary Beth de Ondarza Paradox Nutrition, LLC, West Chazy, NY Introduction Animal productivity is dependant on the nutrient composition of the ration presented to the animal as well as on the quality of feed ingredients. In assessing animal productivity the nutritionist must determine if the ration is the factor limiting productive potential. In order to do this one must have an accurate assessment of feed quality and delivery. Having as complete a set of information on the feeds and delivered… CONTINUE READING

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