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Going Green
Mon Aug 5, 2013 11:04 AM CDT

Mitch Baltz has four-year-old hay on hand, and it doesn't bother him one bit. The Powhatan, Ark., producer believes the first priority in feeding cattle is letting them get all the nutrition they can from pastures. If that means some hay stays in the barn a little longer, so be it.

Baltz has spent years thinking about the best ways to get the most use out of his southern pastures. Today, he says his top-of-the-list tools are rotational grazing, stockpiling, clover and the right mix of warm-season and cool-season grasses.

Baltz was already ...

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