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Range plants vary in nutritional quality. Forage quality is determined by the plant part eaten, plant age, season, soils and range sites, stocking rates, and other factors. Periods of high animal nutritional demand must match peiods of high forage quality and supply. (8 pp., 6 illustrations, 1 table) Thumbnail for Why Range Forage Quality Changes /¿Por qué cambia la calidad del forraje de los pastizales?<BR>(E-99/E-99S)<BR>(PDF File)

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By Robert K. Lyons , Richard V. Machen and T. D. A. Forbes
Submitting Institution(s): Texas Cooperative Extension
Language(s): English and Spanish Versions Available
Released: 01/99 (New)
Review Level: 2

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