Department of Animal Husbandry, Chemistry Department
With an ever increasing demand for food and the need for greater efficiency of production, it is important that the nutrients available in grass be conserved and utilized to the greatest possible extent. To accomplish this it is necessary that stockmen be provided with more complete and accurate information pertaining to the nutritive value of hay from this area. That is the purpose of this bulletin, based on investigations that have been conducted during the past eight years by the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station.
harvesting grass hay, harvesting prairie grass hay, prairie grass hay nutritional value
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Moxon, A. L.; Gastler, G.; Staples, G. E.; and Jordam, R. M., "Grass Hay at its Best" (1951). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 405.