Posted by Barbara L. Edmonds at Mark W. Warren’s request. Save-The-Date Thursday, January 30 Suwannee River Fairgrounds Agenda and Registration to come. Questions? Contact Mark W. Warren, Commercial Agriculture/Row Crop Agent, 352-486-5131.
Category: Farm Management
The largest expense of beef cow production is providing them with adequate nutrition. In North Florida, providing adequate nutrition is usually easy during the warm months with long daylight hours. This is because our pasture grasses grow very… Read More
Weed management is needed this time of year. Many Florida pastures are beginning to be invaded by weeds. Everyone would like to maximize forage production from pastures and hay fields while minimizing weed competition, within their budget. There… Read More
Here are some tips for determining winter forage needs of the cow herd. Forage species, fertilization program, growing conditions, forage maturity, and harvest management all interact to affect forage quality. Producers often estimate hay needs for their beef… Read More
Winter pastures of small grains and ryegrass are some of the most nutritious forages grown in Florida. Beef Cattle perform very well on the high protein and energy rich forage. This added nutrition gives a real boost to… Read More