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feed for herbivorous animals, usually used to describe dried leafy material such as hay. See also forage
a root crop grown solely as a source of feed for cattle, possibly sheep. Lactic acidosis, oxalate
poisoning are all possible with fodder beet feeding. See also betavulgaris
, carbohydrate engorgement
crops being grown for hay, e.g. oats, barley, wheat. Can also be used for grazing and may cause hypomagnesemia or nitrite poisoning. The group of diseases is known as cereal
an all-embracing term used with reference to sickness occurring in animals being fed hay which is often moldy or damaged in some way. See also mycotoxicosis
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Evaluation of somaclonal variations for quantitative traits in fodder sorghum
Effects of nitrogen and harvesting time on chemical composition of biomass of Sudan grass, fodder sorghum
, and their hybrid.
Of Fodder Sorghum
Ssg Labelled Seed For Gujarat And 10000 Qtls.
Effect of fertility levels on fodder yield and HCN content of fodder sorghum
(Sorghum bicolor (L.