When cattle feed goes bad | Living the Country Life

When cattle feed goes bad

Quick tips for preventing problems

Spoiled cattle feed exposes your animals to harmful compounds that can make them sick. Not all bad feed can be detected by sight or smell, so watch your animals for off-behavior, store feed in a cool, dry place, and make sure the feed is free of bird and rodent droppings.

Radio interview source: Dr. Jane Parish, Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, Mississippi State University

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