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Beef production is the largest segment in American agriculture, adding more than $60 billion to the U.S. economy.

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With today’s increasing grain prices, producers are looking for alternative feedstuffs for their cattle.

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Evaluations to extend the grazing season look promising for: spring grazing of winter cereals; summer and/or fall grazing of pearl millet, teff, cereals, vetch or rapeseed combinations; and fall/early winter grazing of turnips or rapeseed with stockpiled pasture/pearl millet/cereals.

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When cost of production rises, producers aggressively seek out information and tools that can have a positive influence on their bottom line.

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The nutritional needs of cows increase by 25 percent to 35 percent after calving compared to late gestation. For many producers, this postpartum period comes at a time when they are still feeding stored forages.

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Forage is a beef producer’s greatest resource, but sometimes it needs to be stretched or alternatives considered and fed when Mother Nature is less than cooperative.

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