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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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Custom graziers may do well to consider opportunities outside of beef cattle, particularly in areas where dairy farms are plentiful. Raising dairy heifers in confinement is pricey.

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Mob grazing is popular. If you aren’t mob grazing yourself, you know someone who is mob grazing. Or are they?

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1. Balance forage supply and livestock demand

2. Manage for plant communities adapted to the soil and climate

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During the past two to three years, livestock and crop producers in almost every state have had to deal with drought and, unfortunately, long-range precipitation forecasts are not good.

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Want a better pasture? Try managed grazing and plant diversity, said Dr. Allen Williams and Rod Ofte.

Ofte, a fourth-generation farmer who operates Willow Creek Ranch in southwest Wisconsin with his family, and Williams, a sixth-generation beef producer in Mississippi, spoke about managing grazing of grass-fed beef at a Kickapoo Grazing Initiative event held in Gays Mills, Wisconsin.

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For nearly 30 years, Living Web Florida farm near Crescent City, Florida, was a nursery for potted plants.

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