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A comparison of four pasture management systems for a cow-calf operation - a four year summary



A comparison of four pasture management systems for a cow-calf operation - a four year summary



Annual Progress Report, Northeast Experiment Station, St Joseph, La and Macon Ridge Branch Station, Winnsboro, La, 1979: 257-262



Pasture management systems were compared at St. Joseph (clay soil) and Winnsboro (loessial silt loam), Louisiana. Each group of cows (with calves) were rotationally grazed on 3 pastures totalling 20 ac on which they were maintained all yr. All calves were weighed within 2 wk of the 205th day of age and reweighed and weaned at c. 9 months old. All pastures were limed in July 1975 with 2 ton dolomitic limestone/ac and fertilized with 400 lb 8:24:24 N:P2O5:K2O/ac in the autumns of 1976 and 1977.

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