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Thinking of Seeding Your Pastures?

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For more than 25 years, Victor Shelton, Indiana agronomist and grazing specialist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, has provided advice about grazing’s best practices. He travels across the state conducting pasture walks, working one on one with farmers and participating in grazing talks. He also writes a newsletter called "Grazing Bites" as a way to talk about current and seasonal grazing issues and what farmers need to be prepared for.

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  1. richard parrott says:

    jim gerrish in a free program for Utah cattlemen in provo Utah maybe 5 years ago ……said cows eat the legumes and pee out the excess nitrogen…. 7 times a day. we see the circles …. so I think …. even though my gated pipe irrigated pastures 3 miles north of buhl Idaho are so thick with grass in some places..no clover will survive( no til planted with haybuster 107s) even a few plants …anywhere…. will result in fertilizing with nitrogen . at age 74 at the time this is the first I heard of this…. it makes more sense than expecting a clover to fix nitrogen enough in the soil to make a difference ….any comments?

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