The feed that suitable for cattle
Forage is characterized by rich nutrients and high crude protein content, generally up to 12% to 25%. Forage has good palatability and is easy to digest, but has a large volume and high water content. The quality of legume green feed is better than gramineous and vegetable feeds. Commonly used green fodder for feeding cattle includes elephant grass, corn leaves, cauliflower, cabbage, sweet potato vine, peanut vine, wild grass, sugar cane tail, carrots, etc.
corn silage is made by chopping up fresh green and juicy feed, such as corn stover, sugarcane tail, sweet potato vine, peanut vine, elephant grass, sweet potato, etc., sealed in silage, trench, or tower, and made by lactic acid fermentation. It can not only maintain the nutritional value of green fodder, improve the palatability of raw materials, but also adjust the balanced supply of green fodder. It is a good feed for cattle.
Because coarse fodder cannot fully satisfy the nutritional needs of beef cattle, to ensure the profitability of raising cattle, it is necessary to allow beef cattle to grow fast and to supplement concentrate feed.