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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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This spring, Texas A&M AgriLife extension specialists came together from animal science, rangeland, wildlife and fisheries management, along with agricultural economics to discuss a timely topic – drought.

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We sat across the desk from the gentleman who had leased the ranch for the last five years. The owner and I were meeting with him, trying to suggest that we needed to change grazing methods to improve the range health.

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Whether a challenge is man-made, such as high operating costs, or a natural disaster, such as a drought – or the combination of the two – each generation of producers deal with their own set of unique challenges.

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Have you ever had “one of those days” after a long night out on the town or pulling a college all-nighter?

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Tall fescue is one of the most predominant forage grass species throughout the “Fescue Belt” – middle to southeastern U.S. – and makes up over 10% of the U.S. land area or approximately 37 million acres.

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Weight gain in stockers on native pasture is not always a given. Producers may have expected 2 pounds per day gain on calves, only to get 1.4 pounds per day, which is far more common.

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