Do You Have Enough Forage?

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

To limit the impact of a forage crisis, a rancher must be able to recognize forage shortfalls and make timely decisions for the good of the livestock and the enterprise. This publication discusses strategies that help ranchers determine exactly how much forage they need, how much is available, and how to manage the herd and the forage resources to ensure financial survival. (4 pages)

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