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In this webinar, we explore the growing interest in the role of zero-grazing (cut and carry) systems and it's potential to reduce feed and forage costs. During this webinar, Debbie McConnell offers best practice tips to running a successful zero-grazing system.
Zero-grazing systems, offer an alternative way to increase the amount of home-grown, high-quality forages used on dairy farms during the growing season, compared with grazing and feeding grass silage.
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