feed grain


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Noun1.feed grain - grain grown for cattle feedfeed grain - grain grown for cattle feed    
feed, provender - food for domestic livestock
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Meanwhile, domestic production will surpass 100 billion pounds for the first time, as livestock owners expand their herds on the back of cheap feed grain.
Thirdly, we are disseminating the guide on a very widespread basis to feed and pet food manufacturers, feed grain and ingredient suppliers, and to dealer /retail networks, among others."
Furthermore, the report added: "The Agricultural Minister reported that farmers in the drought affected provinces will be short 7 million metric tons of feeds (including feed grain and other fodder crops).
In addition to grain farming, he was actively involved with the American Soybean Association and both the National Corn Growers and Feed Grain Council.
meters to farmers who raise two or three crops a year of wheat, soybean and feed grain, with the aim of making utilization of farmland more efficient, they said.
Thus the demand for feed grain will increase by 3% per year in developing countries and 0.5% in developed countries.
Feed grain consumption is forecast to again decline in MY2010/11, the decline in availability of price competitive wheat -- exacerbated by the Russian export ban - outweighing the anticipated release of private grain stocks and of a significant volume of barley from intervention.
While this currently does not seem to be affecting the wheat and feed grain markets due to shortages elsewhere in the EU, it is interfering with the region's ability to export malting barley.
You can feed grain in the litter in the chicken house, you can scatter it outside, or you can feed it in troughs or tube feeders.
Millet: Its value as a feed grain is not well documented.
If feed grain becomes scarce, he says, the price will go up, and China will no longer buy it on world markets, thus easing the stress on production.