Temperatures may be hitting 100°F or more in many parts of the country, but winter should already be on the minds of producers looking to stockpile bermudagrass hay.
Research conducted by Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources shows that stockpiled bermudagrass can help reduce cow wintering costs.
“Harvested forage costs are a large part of the production costs associated with cow/calf enterprises,” said Glenn Selk, Oklahoma Sta
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