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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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“Even though it just seems like dirt, it’s a very complex and intricate system. And the more we study it, the less it seems like we know,” says Keith Berns of Green Cover Seed.

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Like a lot of their neighbors, the Seymours raised beef and tobacco – and just for good measure, they did a bit of tree farming and logging. But changing times brought about a new vision for Randy Seymour, his son John and their operation, which had been in the family since the 1860s.

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It’s no surprise that soil health is still a buzzword. Though the idea of soil health is an old one, there has never been a quantifiable measure of what one would call a “healthy soil.” Many top researchers have been working on developing this measure for decades.

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Cool-season annual mixtures are highly nutritious and are a great forage option during the fall, winter and into the spring.

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Grazing corn stover has long been used to supplement winter grazing for cattle in many parts of the country.

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For those of us working in agriculture, knowledge of improved technologies and new resources demand we look twice at our management strategies.

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