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Not too late to beat high fall nitrogen costs
There is a way to beat high nitrogen fertilizer
costs for pastures when it comes to putting pounds on calves.
This is according to a four-year study comparing
different pasture management systems with cows and calves by the Texas
Agricultural Experiment Station. Based on average daily gain of calves,
the study found that adding a cool-season clover to a warm-season
perennial grass was more profitable than applying high amounts of
“Adding a cool-sea...
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