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    Producing forage on the Texas High Plains with less water Read More
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  • After converting three small farms in his area to cattle operations, Doug Abney of Johnson County, Indiana, had run into two problems – time and water. 

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  • It is the time of year that our office begins receiving calls about getting rid of toxic tall fescue. The calls are really questions: “How to?” ... “When to?” ... “What to?” Let’s go through these questions, beginning at the end with the ultimate question: What should I plant after I get rid of my toxic tall fescue?

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  • It seems that in the last decade many cattle farmers have steadily increased the intensity of cattle moves, some moving multiple times each day. While moving cattle more frequently is generally beneficial to pasture growth as well as increased utilization, it also comes with a cost.

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