UNL winter cattle grazing.jpg Photo credit Troy Walz.
Fall and winter grazing on warm-season grasses is the least detrimental time to graze these species.

N&H TOPLINE: Winter grazing possible on upland rangelands

Saving forage on pastures for use during only winter months can provide valuable source of feed.

Year-round cattle grazing is an important management consideration in the Nebraska Sandhills and western Nebraska, University of Nebraska-Lincoln range management specialist Mitch Stephenson explained in a "Nebraska BeefWatch" post.

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