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From the News Archives...

Native grasses are highest in
vitamin E

vitE

Grassfarmers who graze their animals on native grasses are giving their animals and their customers an extra helping of vitamin E, according to a survey of forage samples taken from cow/calf herds in 23 states. However, please note that any type of grass is considerably higher in vitamin E than grain or stored forages.

Read more information about the vitamin E content of various types of feed...

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