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Tall fescue, a cool-season perennial grass, grows on approximately 1 million acres in north Georgia and more than 30 million acres in the U.S. Cattle can graze on this grass for an extended period from early spring to fall.

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Profit margins could be a challenge in 2022 as feed prices remain high, with premium-quality alfalfa hay over $240 a ton, shelled corn approaching $6 a bushel and soybean meal over $370 a ton. One solution is if you have adequate forage amounts and quality.

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Corn has long been a staple in the ration of cattle, so the relationship between corn growers and cattle producers is crucial in creating a well-balanced diet.

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God’s given us 54 organic acres to work with on a grazing system and 110 cows to milk. Four years ago, we put up 55 bales of baleage. Last year, we stacked 400.

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If you have ever driven through southern Idaho in the summer, you will notice there is alfalfa and corn everywhere.

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If you are interested in becoming an organic operation, good records are essential, says Kristen Adams, certification service director at Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA) Certified Organic.

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