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  1. Be Careful on When to Start Grazing

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/be-careful-when-start-grazing

    second, many pastures have sustained abnormal damage this winter from the wet conditions we are still ... having. If you have fields that were not grazed in the late fall or over the winter and are in good shape, ... had notable damage from feeding hay over the winter. If you do plan on doing early grazing when growth ...

  2. The 2019 Forage Performance Trials Report

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    trial seeded in September of 2018, winter injury differed among varieties. Visual stand density ranged ... biomass production the following spring. Varieties of annual ryegrass, red clover, crimson clover, winter ...

  3. DLS Helps to DIY

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    to!) during winter break from school with a little effort.  As in previous months, ask the children ... resilience. For more ideas visit https://handsonaswegrow.com/fun-things-over-winter-break-kids/ Nina Solomon, ...

  4. Hay Sampling

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    test results with nutrient values comparable to straw.  Feeding low and medium quality hay without ... how much supplementation with another feedstuff is needed?  A forage test result can help answer those ... nutrient requirements. The key to getting reliable forage test results depends upon sending a good, ...

  5. DLS Helps to DIY

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    Snack November 2019- Thanksgiving Reflection December 2019- Fun & Games for Winter Break   ...

  6. How to Feed and Use Poor Quality Forages

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    a result, significant acres of first cut hay was baled in late June and even well into July. Overly mature ...

  7. Time to Take the Last Forage Cutting

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    in the taproots that are used for winter survival and regrowth next spring. This fall rest period is ... last harvest of alfalfa to ensure good winter survival and yield potential for the following year can ... regrow and use up root reserves for that limited regrowth prior to winter dormancy.  Cutting in between ...

  8. Emergency Forages to Plant Yet This Year for Mechanical Harvest

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    challenging. Earlier planting dates provide more autumn yield. Oat or spring triticale plus winter cereals ... Winter cereals (Winter rye, Winter wheat, Winter triticale) can be added to oat or spring triticale to ... add a forage harvest early next spring. Winter rye can also contribute a little extra autumn yield to ...

  9. Harvest Management of Summer Annual Grasses

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    with neutral detergent solution. The results were not surprising in that yield and NDF increased while ... relative to requirements. Based on the results shown above, the forage harvested from 60 to 80 days after ... planting (50 to 67 inches tall) would have been acceptable for dry cows or beef cattle. The results from ...

  10. Be Alert to Late-Season Potential Forage Toxicities

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    slows down metabolism in all plants, and this might result in nitrate accumulation in plants that are ...

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