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Drought Recovery
Mon Apr 1, 2013 02:43 PM CDT

Drought is not the time many producers focus on their grazing programs. Once that survival-mode thinking kicks in, a well-managed pasture drops down the list, well below the price of feed and the cull market.

But this is exactly when forage management matters the most, says University of Arkansas Extension forage specialist John Jennings. In fact, having a good program in place prior to trouble can keep those good cows off the cull wagon.

The University of Arkansas' 300 Days of Grazing Program has proven itself through some hard times. Started in 2008, ...

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