This summer's drought has significantly affected the Midwest. Poor quality hay and grain crops have left cattle farmers at a loss for how to best manage their feed rations. OSU Extension's Stan Smith and John Grimes talk about options that farmers have while visiting a farm in Fairfield county Ohio were they are using silage as a large part of their plan for surviving the drought.
Adapting feed rations during drought
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