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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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We all know the best lessons are shared in hindsight. Last year was a wet one for northern Pennsylvania. For 38 days (from May 25 to July 1), it rained every other day.

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In fall and winter, most native forages and tame pastures are low in protein (unless fall rains stimulated new growth).

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Multispecies grazing could be a great strategy to improve pasture quality and increase economic returns.

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Can your approach to backgrounding calves impact finishing performance and carcass characteristics down the line?

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For producers in the Fescue Belt, the impact of endophyte-infected fescue on the cattle that graze it is no secret.

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Most of us have received the dreaded phone call, “The cows are in the neighbor’s yard again.” Hopefully, the call comes during the day while you are home and not on the anniversary weekend trip you had put off for the last five years or in the middle of the night.

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