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Replacing Corn with Drought Tolerant Sorghum Forages

As drought conditions persist in California, dairy feed growers are taking more interest in replacing some of their corn fields with more drought-tolerant sorghum forages — however, sorghum has it’s own ideal growing condition growers should understand.  Watch this interview with Jeff Dahlberg, former Directer of the Kearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center, as he explains.  Read more about it in California Dairy Magazine.

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