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When Planning for the Summer Slump, Consider Pearl Millet

By   /  July 6, 2015  /  1 Comment

While it’s too late for this grazing season, you might want to start thinking about this forage for your summer slump next year.

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Getting ready for mid-summer dry weather for your grazing animals? Pearl millet may be a great annua
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About the author

Juan comes from a two-generation pasture-based family farm in Uruguay. He obtained his BS in Agronomy in Brazil, his MS in Plant and Soil Science with Bill Murphy and his Ph.D. in Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. He has experienced interdisciplinary research in grazing management, agroecology, ecosystems goods and services, land use change, conservation policy, green markets, and ecological economics. His work addresses environmental, social and productive aspects of grazing farms, with emphasis on dairy management, ecosystems conservation and sustainable livelihoods in Vermont and New England. In his study, grasslands play a key role because they are complex ecosystems that sustain a vast array of functions and processes delivering benefits for supporting healthy environments and communities.

1 Comment

  1. Jim Hayes says:

    Can you establish with discing broadcasting and cultipacking?
    What are the energy levels?

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