Articles on forages, animals, and grazing systems
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Extension Forage Specialist
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-3358
Fax: (859) 323-1952
This new UK program will be held on May 10, 2014 in Monroe County. This one-day program is designed to introduce producers to managing grazing systems and the best management practices for utilizing fescue-based forage systems.
Heat stress in cattle can result in decreased weight gain, milk production, and reproductive performance. Heat stress can be increased when grazing endophyte-infected fescue and being worked during the hottest part of the day. Learn how to protect your cattle from heat stress.
Many different types of temporary fencing materials are marketed which can make the practice of rotational grazing easier for you. Learn about these type products so you can make the best decision for your operation
Novel Endophyte Tall Fescue is a variety of tall fescue that has the desirable traits of the wild-type endophyte infected fescue, only without the harmful animal side effects.
Spring Grazing School [program]
May 21-22, 2014
C. Oran Little Research Center
Woodford County Extension Office
Tweaking Your Grazing System (1-day program on implementation of grazing practices)
May 10, 2014– Monroe County
June 21, 2014—Morgan County
August 23, 2014—Morgan County
Advanced Grazing School
September 11, 2014
September 25, 2014