Prime. These forages are not always suitable for use as the only forage, even when fed at very high levels. In general, they do not contain enough ADF and NDF to sustain normal rumen function, even at high levels of intake. For high producing cows receiving 50% or less of their total ration as forage, Prime grade forages are best fed in combination with Class 2 forages.
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