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Feeding livestock during and after a disaster

Don Llewellyn , Ely Walker , Linda McLean , Mark Nelson ,
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Disaster strikes, and you’re left without the feed you normally give your livestock. While unfamiliar feed in an emergency may be necessary, quickly changing animals’ diets can cause them added stress. This publication outlines the digestive differences between animals, nutrient differences between feeds, and how best to manage these differences in the event of a disaster.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 7
Publication Date: 9-2016

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