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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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Managing a pasture through the summer requires planning. A managed pasture can help keep cows in proper body condition and prevent summer lulls in pasture performance.

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Mid-season pasture improvement tips

DuPont range and pasture specialists offer these regional strategies for making mid-season pasture and rangeland improvements:

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Pastures are one of our most valuable assets in the cow-calf industry.

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In visiting ranches across Texas, a consistent observation on management is that holistic-managed ranches have more grass and survive droughts better than ranches under other management programs.

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The unrelenting drought is taking its toll on South Texas cattle ranchers who are resorting to a centuries-old emergency method of feeding cattle, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent.

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Feeding costs, especially winter feeding costs, are the largest single obstacle to profitability in the livestock industry.

Raising and grazing your own forages and selling hay (or not buying it) can improve net farm/ranch profit.

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