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The profile of Dakota Gold fits naturally with that of a lactating dairy cow. Low fat, high digestibility fiber and protein are the perfect blend for optimized milk production. Learn more about Dakota Gold characteristics.

How Has ASF Changed the Focus on Feed Safety?

Dr. Cassandra Jones from Kansas State University provides webinar attendees with key insights on management and mitigation strategies to ensure the highest levels of biosecurity in the face of a foreign animal disease threat.

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DDGS and Milk Fat Depression - Perception or Reality?

This webinar features Dr. Hugo Ramirez from Iowa State University. who provides key insights on management and formulation strategies to effectively feed DDGS without affecting milk fat production. Mr. Dave Peschong from POET also presents a market update on factors affecting DDGS pricing and availability.

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Wrinkle: Can Dakota Gold Replace Alfalfa Hay?

Most dairy producers know that when they feed Dakota Gold or other non-POET DDGS, they can replace ingredients like soybean meal and corn. However, very few producers realize that they can also replace a portion of the fiber coming from other sources. Fiber (as measured by NDF) comprises approximately 1/3 of the nutrients in DDGS. Furthermore, this fiber represents an extremely digestible source which provides additional energy to the dairy cow.

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