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Rain's return regenerates springlike pasture regrowth

Oct 26, 2012
“Generalities can be dangerous, but grass tetany is classically seen in the spring with older, lactating beef cows on lush, vegetative, grass pastures when nighttime temperatures are below 55 degrees,” said Purdue Extension beef specialist Ron Lemenager.

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