definition of forage crops
Forage are crops purposely
cultivated for the sole point of feeding farm animals forage crops are always succulent in nature most forage crops looks like a maize plant in nature.
The leaves of all forage
crops are soft and fibrosis in nature.
<h2>Examples of forage crops</h2>
The list of some common forage crops that are majorly planted for the purpose of feeding farm animals all over the world are as follows.
1. elephant grass
3. Gamba grass
<h2>the characteristics of forage crops</h2>
You have to understand. That the forest crops are very easy to cultivate anywhere in the world.
Every for these crops have the ability to flourish in every condition add our temperate region or tropical climate.
<h2>the uses of forage crops</h2>
Uses of forage crop
1. Forage crops are source of food for cattle.
2. Forage crops are used to feed goats and sheeps.
3. Forages are also good in making compost manure and hay
4. Sometimes dry forages are also using making thatched houses in villages, mostly in some part of Africa.
Uses of forage cannot be limited to what I have listed here. So you can add up if you have any other thing to add to this that I have here.
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