Different fodder species were collected from various fields of (Sargodha, Punjab) Pakistan irrigated with different water treatments. The samples were scitifically treated and statistically analyzed. Mineral levels in different forage species were analyzed with the help of atomic absorption spectrophotometer and flame photometer. Importance of the nutritive elements of various forages for grazing livestock was kept in view with a prime concern to improve the productivity thereof. Also the effect of sewage water on the mineral concentration in the forage species was closely observed in this study in order to assess the critical values below which deficiency or above which toxicity of the elements migt occur. If forage mineral concentrations are below the minimum requirement or above the tolerance level then certainly there would be a need for an effective mineral supplementation strategy. Information gathered could be useful for successful management of grazing livestock with similar ecological conditions where forages are the sole source of mineral nutrition for animals grazing on it.Different agencies can utilize these findings and suggestions for better productivity of livestock.