Tour emphasizes grazing, pasture

October 2012
Wallaces Farmer;Oct2012, Vol. 137 Issue 10, p96
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the 2012 South Central Iowa Beef Tour taken by the 30 cattle producers in Iowa in July 2012. They visited the farm of farmer Mike McClelland who raises registered Angus and few Simmentals on pasture consisting of fescue. Grazing Angus cattle on fescue does not need breeding for carcass quality, but for cattle performance. INSETS: Key Points;More pasture management ideas;Ready to go next.


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