Fodder banks

Fodder banks is a structure for storing forage of high-quality fodder species like legumes and grass.

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Fodder banks are constructed in order to ensure constant supply of feed to maintain healthy productive animals.

They can be utilized all year, but are designed to bridge the forage scarcity of annual dry seasons.

Fodder banks do not provide 100 per cent of feed requirements, but supplement the available dry season forage.

A community fodder bank is a large scale storage structure for livestock feed preservation in form of hay for use in dry periods for a certain locale of farmers.