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Little changes in feed rations can make a big difference

Issue Date: June 1, 2011
By Lisa Lieberman

Ever since corn prices began skyrocketing, more dairy producers have looked toward alternative sources of feed for their cows. Many of them have altered their feeding programs and have come up with creative solutions to deal with the higher prices. Most dairy farmers have cut corn in their rations to some degree. Some have even removed corn from their feeding programs altogether.

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