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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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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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Many plants produce compounds called phytoestrogens that are very similar to estrogen, the primary female sex hormone. When phytoestrogens are consumed in large quantities by livestock or humans, they can act like estrogen in the body.

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At the 2017 NCBA Cattlemen’s College in Nashville, Dennis Hancock from the University of Georgia discussed managing forages to meet beef cattle nutritional needs.

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Many stockmen who do a lot of rotational grazing create permanent paddocks with traditional fencing or electric hard wire (such as high-tensile electric wire) and then divide those paddocks with portable fencing like poly wire.

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