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What does a landowner do when it’s time to convert a field out of fescue and establish a new forage species or an endophyte-friendly fescue?

According to Tim Schnakenberg, an agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension, the best way to eliminate fescue is to take it out of production by planting a row crop like corn or soybeans for at least one season.

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Garnering much recent interest by dairy producers and their nutritionists has been a new method of harvesting whole-plant corn for silage.

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Wisconsin farmers have been growing biomass for generations, says Kevin Shinners. They just have a different name for it.

"Biomass is really just poor-quality forage," says the UW-Madison agricultural engineer. "We allow it to get very mature and it's really high in fiber, so it doesn't make very good animal feed, but it makes great biomass."

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Occasionally there are times when the production from cool-season grass and legume pasture is not sufficient.

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Teff grass is a summer annual forage for livestock and commercial hay producers who often need a fast-growing, high-yielding crop with competitive forage quality.

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Livestock producers need a high-protein summer forage.

Forage soybeans fit well in a production system following small grains or early planted corn.

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