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Pasture drought recovery starts with good weed control practices

While much of the nation’s beef-producing country has mostly recovered from recent droughts, parts of the Southwest are just now seeing their pastures begin to produce forages needed for herd expansion or revitalized stocker production. A good time to control weeds is when a pasture is coming out of a drought.

With a strategic plan to manage weeds and stocking rates, cow-calf and stocker operators still recovering from drought can boost cattle gains now and beyond by improving pastures and enhancing forage production and quality.


Other pasture resources:

Mesquite Meets Its Match

Proactive Pasture Management Can Improve Calving Rates

How To Prevent Death Loss From Toxic Weeds

Spraying Weeds Fast-Forwards Pasture Improvement

Better Forage For Cows & Calves Through Proactive Blackberry And Thistle Control


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