Forage shares a large portion in the ration of domestic ruminants. Improved grasses such as Napier, Pangola and forage corn have contributed to reduce the cost of ruminant production during the past decades. In addition to on farm growing of forage by individual farmers, forage cooperatives were founded and served as forage suppliers. In order to utilize the idle farmland efficiently and to elevate the percentage of domestic forage share, efforts have been made in Hengchun Branch, LRI during recent years. (1) Breeding and release the new variety of forage corn hybrid, Ken-Ting No. 1 and authorized to industry for seed production in 2013. The performance of this hybrid was welcomed by farmers in the first year on a large-scale trial and will be a good selection of crops under the policy of paddy land transformation and utilization. (2) Cooperation with Dairy Farmer Association and Goat Farmer Association on the utilization and preservation of local forage through workshops, seminar, on farm counseling and extension newsletter. (3) Study on combined planting of grasses and legumes to elevate the productivity and quality of forage. (4) Energy saving facilities for dehydration of green forage.