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Forage Testing

Testing your forage is very helpful in understanding its market value and nutrients when formulating rations for you animals. Without testing your forage, you can only guess its true nutrient value. With a test, you are able to make sure you are not overfeeding or underfeeding your herd. This will help you create a more productive feeding plan. For questions or more information contact Mallory Meek, Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, at 785-842-7058 or mgmeek@ksu.edu.

Forage Sampling Procedures

Forage Sampling Procedures and Equipment

How to Take a Representative Forage Sample Video

Forage Testing Labs in Kansas

  • K-State Lab
  • SDK Labs
    • Note: This resource is listed for informational purposes only. It does not imply endorsement or recommendation of the company or its services by either K-State Research and Extension or Johnson County K-State Research and Extension.