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Beef produces should strive to maintain proper levels of legumes in their forage stands

Aug 9, 2013
Maintaining grass and legume pastures as well as hay fields are important management factors for feeding beef cattle. Many beef producers plant a mixture of grass and legumes during hayfield establishment—but over time, legumes can die out and become a lower percentage of the forage stand.

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