I sometimes get in a hurry when I sit down to write. That sometimes causes me to have a bit of tunnel vision and I don’t get in enough detail due to lack of time or space in the article. That happened in August when I wrote about tall fescue and I heard about it, […]
Duane Dailey of University of Missouri Extension put together this important information for reducing heat stress for cattle grazing tall fescue.
Toxic-endophyte tall fescue (predominantly Kentucky-31) makes up over 90 percent of tall fescue acres in the US and costs the cattle industry over $1 billion every year in lost productivity. The losses caused by the toxic endophyte may not be immediately apparent without close tracking and observation, or the ability to directly compare and measure […]
Here’s a coordinated approach to turn your fescue “scourge” into cost-effective, productive pastures.