*Dr. Larry Corah is professor emeritus at Kansas State University.
GROWTH and expansion of the U.S. cow/calf industry will face challenges not only from cattle prices but land availability and land values.
With abundant crop residue available for grazing in many areas, could cows be placed in dry-lots during the summer, freeing up land for crop production?
A recent (2015) University of Nebraska
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