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Ways to provide spring pasture

It’s already the latter half of January and soon cattle producers are planning on their animals grazing on pasture.  If the weather pattern holds, it won’t be long before wheat breaks dormancy and spring growth begins.  While wheat pasture this past fall wasn’t horrible, it also wasn’t as productive in many fields as hoped due to cool temperatures, relatively little precipitation and in some cases later than optimum planting.  This means in many cases the desired forage production for grazing, in terms of quantity and duration, will be difficult to achieve due to a lack of ...


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