Feed barley

Barley is the most common grain after wheat, especially in temperate and cold regions, where the minimum standard protein should be around 10-12% and its fiber (indigestible material) about 4.5%. Since barley lacks vitamins A and D and makes up about 30 to 50 percent of animal feed concentrate, its use in ruminant diets accelerates the growth and increase of milk protein in livestock.
The life cycle of this plant is one year and it belongs to the Gramineae family. The cultivation history of this crop probably dates back to Ethiopia and Southeast Asia ‌ Of course, its true origin is still generally unknown, but many researchers believe that the plant began to learn from the Zagros Mountains in western Iran, southern Anatolia and Palestine.

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