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The Ag Data Commons is migrating

The Ag Data Commons is migrating to a new institutional portal on Figshare. The current system is available for search and download only. The new platform is open for submission with assistance from Ag Data Commons curators. Please contact NAL-ADC-Curator@usda.gov, if you need to publish or update your datasets.

Kentucky bluegrass growth curves and nutritive values

    Dataset describes Kentucky bluegrass production and height throughout two growing seasons in a rangeland system in the northern Great Plains. One year of sampling was during a drought year and one year had average precipitation. 2017 was a drought year and 2018 was an average precipitation year. Dataset also includes the nutritive value of Kentucky bluegrass throughout the season. Dataset can be used for modeling or for grazing planning.

    National Animal Nutrition Program (NANP) Modeling: Animal Performance Information

      This page allows you to download data from the National Animal Nutrition Program animal performance data repository directly into an Excel file. Component data sets: [NRC Dairy Report](https://animalnutrition.org/node/12); [Lofgreen Garrett](https://animalnutrition.org/node/13); [Environmental Stress](https://animalnutrition.org/node/27): [to follow]; [Beef Digestiblity](https://animalnutrition.org/beef-digestibility): [to follow]; [USDA Beltsville Agricultural Research Center](https://animalnutrition.org/usda-barc).

      National Animal Nutrition Program (NANP) Feed Composition Database

        This database was developed by the [Feed Composition Sub-Committee](https://animalnutrition.org/node/38) and serves as a freely-available, centralized resource for up-to-date nutrient composition data for feedstuffs commonly fed to animal species. There are currently 123 ingredients and 129 nutrients represented in the database.

        NUOnet (Nutrient Use and Outcome Network) database

          The Nutrient Uptake and Outcomes (NUOnet) database will be able to help establish baselines on nutrient use efficiencies; processes contributing to nutrient losses; and processes contributing to optimal crop yield, nutritional and organoleptic quality. This national database could be used to calculate many different environmental indicators from a comprehensive understanding of nutrient stocks and flows.