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forage

[fär·ij]
(agriculture)
A vegetable food for domestic animals.
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In some rangeland soils, it's difficult to successfully reseed with native plants," says geneticist Blair Waldron, who works at the Agricultural Research Service's Forage and Range Research Laboratory in Logan, Utah.
Tufted Tit-Tyrants appear to forage as other small tyrannid flycatchers.
Iain brings 30 years of relevant experience to the position, including field trials and technical sales in the forage seed sector.
The annual wheat acreage in Kentucky is approximately 500,000 acres, but one-third of that is not harvested for grain and is utilized for other purposes such as forage production and basic cover cropping, according to coordinator of the UK College of Agriculture's small grains performance testing program, Bill Bruening.
3, Dimensions for Compatible Operation of Forage Harvesters, Forage Wagons, and Forage Blowers.
Not only do they have to be quickly weaned and taught to forage for fish, but extreme care must be taken to keep them from bonding with people.
com/research/4pmd7b/fruit_seedlings) has announced the addition of the "Fruit Seedlings, Vegetable and Forage Seeds Market in China: Business Report 2012" report to their offering.
The lab calculated each sample s relative forage quality (RFQ) score, which takes into account the amount of digestible nutrients in the hay as well as other factors.
In late summer and autumn, the types of foods that you might forage for include rosehips, elderberries, raspberries, wild strawberries, hazelnuts, brambles and many types of mushrooms.
com/research/4r4trt/turf_ornamentals) has announced the addition of the "Turf, Ornamentals and Forage Inputs Market (2014-2020): By Forage seeds (Alfalfa, Clover and others), By Turfgrass (Kentucky bluegrass, Ryegrass and others), By Ornamental grass (Purple millet, cord grass and others) & By Geography" report to their offering.
A forgotten forage grass imported from Europe in the 1800s could soon be helping to boost cattle and dairy production.
Previous research conducted at Camden, NSW, Australia over two years showed that the software modelling framework, Agricultural Production Systems Simulator (APSIM) can be used effectively to simulate and validate yield and nutrient-use efficiencies of an annual cycle of a triple-crop complementary forage rotation (CFR) of maize (grown for silage), forage rape and field peas (Islam and Garcia, 2010).