The plant is a low growing legume with pink blooms somewhat like clover (First pic)and small bean like seed pods (second pic). Leaves contain seven to nine leaflets, and the prostrate stems creep along the soil surface. The… Read More
If you’ve wondered what winter annuals do in the real world, you’ll want to join us for the Jefferson County Cool Season Field Day on Saturday, April 11 from 10am to 1 pm at Asheville, FL. You’ll see… Read More
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The next Jefferson Pasture Series – “Cool Season Grazing for Livestock and Wildlife” is scheduled for Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 7:00. The class will be held at the Jefferson County Extension Office, 2729 West Washington Hwy, Monticello,… Read More
Effective grazing management is a dynamic dance between maximizing animal performance and maintaining pasture performance and health. Well managed pastures prevent erosion and maintain water quality. Enrolling your land in the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services… Read More
Jed Dillard Jefferson County Extension The short answers are “Because of your pasture management” and “Change your pasture management.” Here’s the slightly longer version. After Jefferson County native Ed Finlayson discovered Pensacola Bahia it became widely used in… Read More