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Use Good Stop Grazing Heights For Animal and Soil Health and More Spring Forage

By   /  October 5, 2020  /  1 Comment

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It is late September as I write this, and so far this month I’ve had a total of two-fifths of an i
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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. Douglas Cremin says:

    Hello Victor.
    I really enjoy your articles. I have a question.

    Often times as I rotate cattle it seems that no matter how quick I do it, I am unable to leave 6”. They will go for the clover and blue grass and eat it down very low. Any advise on what to do differently?

    Thank you very much.

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