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Stockpiling Tall Fescue

By   /  July 21, 2014  /  Comments Off on Stockpiling Tall Fescue

With proper grazing management and well-timed fertilizer applications, stockpiling fescue can be a good way to get more forage and keep costs down.

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Stockpiling is growing pasture for later use. This typically means applying nitrogen (N) to tall
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Greg Halich is an Associate Extension Professor at the University of Kentucky in the department of Agricultural Economics. He works extensively with profitability evaluation and improvement in livestock and forages, with a particular focus on the analysis of grazing systems, extended season grazing, and grass-finished beef production. Outside of his official work duties, he raises stocker cattle and produces pasture-finished beef for direct sale near Lexington Kentucky, and is in a partnership that raises sheep and custom grazes beef cattle in upstate New York where he is originally from.

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