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Cool-season forages can be a great opportunity to improve livestock gain while reducing feed costs during the winter months. Many cool-season forages also have greater total digestible nutrient content and crude protein when compared to summer perennial grasses… Read More
August is typically the hottest month of the year in Florida so it may seem crazy to be planning for the cool-season. But now is definitely the time to finalize your winter grazing plan. Maintaining a successful operation… Read More
Proper grazing management is the best insurance on bahiagrass pastures, but re-establishment is sometimes necessary. Follow an 8″ and 3″ rule: when the grass reaches 8″ allow horses to graze, and when it reaches 3″ remove animals from… Read More
Grazing management is often defined as the manipulation of livestock grazing methods to reach the overall desired results. The way you manage your grazing system can be determined by the type of forage species on your operation, the… Read More
Register now to reserve your spot for the 2018 Forage Management Workshop and Tour, set for Aug. 24. Facilitated by the South Florida Beef-Forage Program of UF/IFAS Extension, the program is set to run 8 a.m. to 5… Read More
How do I control crabgrass in a Pensacola bahiagrass hay field? Answer: The best way to control crabgrass in bahiagrass is to increase all of the environmental factors that favor the growth of the bahiagrass. Unfortunately, there… Read More
Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) is a noxious invasive weed that disrupts ecosystems, decreases property values, and creates increased risk for fires. It originated from Southeast Asia and infests nearly 500 million acres worldwide. It was brought to Florida and… Read More