Grass that you can use to feed your dogs and cats can be a source of animal fodder, according to a new study.
The research was published in the journal Animal Behaviour and Welfare.
The research shows that grass is a key ingredient for a healthy ecosystem.
It also showed that grass feeding is a viable alternative to using manure, a common manure management method.
In this case, the study found that grasses can be used to produce fodder for livestock, while manure is not.
The researchers looked at two types of grass, a white and a red.
A white grass contains a mix of grasses that are not typically used for fodder.
Red grass is the preferred grass for livestock feed, but the researchers found that the two types are similar in the types of bacteria and fungi that live on them.
The study showed that the red grass produced more nutrients than the white grass, while the white and red grass both produced less nitrogen than grasses used for food.
In the future, the researchers hope to look at how grass and manure affect bacteria and other organisms in the environment, said Dr. Thomas M. Lipscomb, a professor in the Department of Veterinary Sciences at the University of Florida.
“We hope to develop an improved understanding of how these different species interact to influence the ecosystem,” Lipscom said.
Lipscomb and his colleagues studied the production of nutrients and nitrogen from grasses using a soil-sampling method that allowed them to determine how much of the nutrients and other nutrients were produced by grass and the amount of nitrogen and other organic matter.
They used grasses to produce their nitrogen-fixing nitrogen solution, which is also known as a fertilizer, and compared that with manure.
The results showed that while grasses produced significantly more nutrients and more nitrogen than their manure counterparts, the amount produced by the manure was about twice as much.
In contrast, the grasses in the study did not produce as much nitrogen.
Lippscomb hopes that further research will provide better insights into how the different types of species affect the ecosystem.
“The results we have seen here indicate that different species can impact the overall nitrogen balance of a landscape and it is a function of a number of factors,” he said.
Lipscom added that the research is just one of many to be done.
In a previous study, the team found that bacteria can be the source of the nitrogen that animals need for their own growth and reproduction.
The next step is to see if grasses and manure can coexist, Lipscp said.
He also noted that the researchers were not looking for any particular species of bacteria.
Instead, the focus of their study was the effect of the manure on nitrogen production in the soil.