In addition to the benefits that native grasses can provide for stockering, backgrounding, heifer development, and improved drought resiliency (see three previous articles for more information on each of these), they al
Most of these grasses developed in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world, and have several characteristics that give them an advantage over cool-season grasses during the summer.
Cattle grazing on lush green pastures tell the tale of why southwestern Missouri producers are warming up to warm-season grasses.
Forage growers may be reluctant to include native grasses in their grazing system because they have heard that grazing management for these species can be difficult
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With fall grazing upon us, some areas of the Midwest and Central Plains have been blessed with plenty of precipitation this year and other areas are still experiencing drought conditions.
Success grass-fed beef production is dependent on several factors.
One of the most expensive parts of a cattle operation is feeding a herd during the winter. More specifically, it is the hay that has to be used when no grazing in available.