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Can Cows Eat Snow?

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Thanks to Jim Keyes for sharing this article with us! When winter hits and temperatures drop below f
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  1. Bill Elkins says:

    VERY TIMELY POST! I could see cattle eating snow when water source had 2″ solid ice, but your’s allays worry.THANKS

  2. When an adequate amount of snow is available it provides a reasonable option for hydration. That being said, it takes energy for an animal to melt snow for water and we often can’t rely on a steady supply of fresh snow to provide enough water for a reasonably sized heard.

    This is where we come in. The Frostfree Nosepunp requires no power and provides a reliable source of quality water no matter if it is 40 above or 50 below zero!

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