Four-year study to give producers decision-making data about use of cover crops planted after harvest for grazing can affect soil health.
While total amount of water required to produce 1 kg of Canadian beef decreased 17% over 30-year period, decrease in blue water was even more pronounced.
Growers and producers should consult with their nutritionists and agronomists to identify the means to mitigate the challenges associated with fusarium mold and its descendant toxins.
In a business where every pound counts and every expense should be optimized, producers should consider planned breeding windows for their cow herd if possible.
New findings will be great help in pasture grazing management.