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Grazing

Find out how to improve livestock production while maintaining the value of the soil and land.

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Diluting Kentucky 31 or changing to newer varieties improves efficiency

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When we think of extending the grazing season, we usually think of how long we can go into the fall or winter without feeding stored feed.

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For most of the country, hay feeding is a necessary and expensive part of raising livestock – expensive in terms of production, harvest cost and in terms of valuable fertility removed from the soil.

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DuPont range and pasture specialists offer the following regional strategies for getting pasture and rangeland grasses off to a good start this spring.

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The benefits of grazing are numerous. Grazing allows animals to feed themselves in a low-stress environment, lowers human labor requirements for feeding and manure management, as well as creating a more pastoral image of the animals spread out across the landscape contentedly grazing forages at their leisure.

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In most operations, hay feeding represents a large portion of a cow's annual maintenance cost. The cost of feeding hay includes much more than just the production cost or purchase price of the hay.

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