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Grasses and Grazing

Learn about pasture management, stocking rates and grass production from beef and dairy specialists and agronomists around the country.

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Native warm-season grasses (NWSG) are notoriously slow to establish. The adage is: The first year it sleeps, the second year it creeps, and the third year it leaps.

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Interseeding pastures: profit or problem? This is a question on which many people have differing positions. Let’s explore a few facets of this subject.

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Ryegrass is a popular cool-season choice for pastures and hay mixes, known for its rapid growth rate, high yields and nutrient-dense content.

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Winter forage is a crop that is rapidly increasing across the Northeast, central U.S. and in eastern Canada. It is a winter grain forage specifically grown for high-producing dairy cows in a high-forage diet.

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For many cattle producers, it is a relief to put the cows to pasture. We have just overcome winter feeding obstacles, and many of us are ready to turn the cows out and focus on other tasks.

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Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen – known colloquially as CHON – are the four elements that form the building blocks of all life. Without CHON, fundamental elements such as water, protein and even DNA simply would not exist.

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