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Jennifer Tucker, Ph.D. Attend any forage focused Extension program and you will assuredly discuss the importance of soil fertility, forage quality, having a forage plan, and utilizing proper seeding and planting practices.  Each of these are key fundamentals to efficient and effective forage management and utilization and should not be overlooked in this article. A […]
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William Secor, Ph.D. The USDA projects U.S. beef production to drop by about 3% in 2024 from 2023. For the first two months of the year, slaughter numbers suggest that fewer head slaughtered is being partially offset by heavier weights. Click below to access the full article and learn more about these trends.
Beef Tips 'n Advice
William Secor, Ph.D. Two recent USDA reports have shown that Georgia had lower hay inventories over the winter and will be working with fewer cattle in the year-ahead. The Southeast (including Georgia) had lower hay inventories as of December 1. Drought improved in many areas of the country, especially the Southern Plains. However, drought emerged […]

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