Due to the protein richness of Mihi Persian Clover, ruminant grazing may result in increased ammonia production and increased N excretion in soils. While there are bloat cases in cattle grazing Persian clover, there have been no reported cases with sheep. Address bloat concerns by planting Persian clover with grasses, feeding cattle with dry hay before entering the sward, turning cattle out of the stand after midday, or using anti-foaming agents poloxalene or molasses/urea blocks. Persian clover contains saponins and phenolic compounds that, in low levels, usually are not a problem, but mixing Persian clover with other feeds is recommended. Adverse effects can occur on pure swards, including photosensitization when grazing sheep. Utilize maize silage to improve nutrient balances.