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Tuesday, November 24, 2009 2:53:40 PM
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Impact of grazing, stage of maturity at harvest Glycerol treatment of wheat harvested as silage
 
M.S.Gadberry, D.Philipp, P.Beck, E.Brown and J.Hawkins
 
 

In Arkansas, beef cattle operation that consist of predominately warm-season perennial grasses have the options to no-till drill cool season annual grasses or small grains in the fall to establish forages for grazing in late winter and spring.

 

The productivity of these forages in spring often results in more forage being produced than cattle which are capable of consuming. Research has also demonstrated that if cattle-grazing wheat are removed prior to first hollow stem, the impact on grain yield is minimised.

 
 

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Article made possible through the contribution of University of Arkansas Extension.

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