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When the whole seed is consumed, the hard, outside seed coat can protect the seed from being digested. The seed stays viable and passes out in the manure. As an animal grazes and drops manure, all parts of the pasture could be seeded with weeds. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture determined that Palmer amaranth found its way into a soybean field through cattle manure.

Cattle, sheep and goat producers need to be on the lookout to make sure Palmer amaranth, leafy spurge and other invasive weed seeds don’t sneak in with grain screenings or dockage used as feed.

Karl Hoppe is a livestock beef cattle specialist at North Dakota State University. He says the best way to know if there are weed seeds in your feed is to personally look for them.

There is another option to prevent weed seeds from germinating.

“Feed the feeds in a feed yard, and then be very diligent in how we feed and compost the manure,” he says. “And if the manure is composted correctly, it’s heated and that should make inviable or kill the germination of most weed seeds.”