Should you switch to commodity feeding? Public Deposited

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  • Faced with declining milk prices, dairy farmers in the Western States have trimmed feed costs by feeding bulk commodities and byproducts. How effective is this cost-cutting tool, and what problems does the dairy operator face in feeding bulk feeds?
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