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Reducing the risk of N loss when stockpiling fescue
After feeding corn stalks in the fall, probably the lowest cost way to feed cattle is to stockpile forages for fall and winter grazing. Stockpiling means to make the last harvest by clipping or grazing of a hay field or pasture and then let it grow for grazing later; in this situation, in the fall or winter.
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