As we head into fall, we’re all making adjustments to our grazing management. Here are some things to keep in mind.
First, of course, is making sure your forage and livestock needs are in balance. Spending as little as possible on supplemental feed is the best way to reduce costs.
Make the best use of what you have
Consider the biology of roots and tillering when making grazing decisions
Understand frosts, freezes, dormancy and more.
What kinds of grasses am I growing and what do they need to be successful?
Need help with grass ID? Here you go:
Have my grasses gone dormant?
For some help, here’s more on the topic from Victor Shelton.
Just for Fun
Tangentially related to grass. 🙂