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Using Goals and Profitability to Determine What to Plant in Pastures

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

This 7-page publication uses a series of questions and examples to explain the considerations for choosing the right pasture plants.

Landowners replant a pasture for many reasons such as invasive plants, drought impacts, wildlife concerns, or changes in the ranch operation. This publication uses a series of questions and examples to explain the considerations for choosing the right pasture plants: What are your goals? What are you willing to sacrifice? What can you maintain? What can you expect for production? Will you make back your investment? What is the future use of the land? (7 pages)

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