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Try selling your own wildflowers and grasses
Radio interview source: Barbara Fairchild, Spokeswoman, Grow Native   Listen to the radio mp3 or read below Native plants are becoming a highly sought-after addition to the landscape as...
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In order to have an efficient forage production system, you have to manage your pasture like a crop. Choose the right mix of species, and alternate harvest and grazing.
Radio interview source: Randy Welch, Forage Agronomist, Croplangenetics Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   Forage grasses in combinations with legumes are...
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Get the lowdown on the grass that works best in your region with a maintenance regime you can handle.
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Get rid of the caked-on grass underneath the mower deck
Radio interview source: Gregg Jameson, Factory Service Representative, John Deere In this edition of Maintenance Monday, we're answering a question from Andy in West Virginia. While he was...
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Like with any job, you need the right tools to make hay.
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Alamo Group has introduced their new TS12 "Stealth" Flex-Wing cutter, a machine complete with an exclusive close-coupled design for low tongue weight and shorter turning radius, targeting...
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When you're grazing livestock, their health and meat quality depends on the grass they consume. Measure the brix content of the grass to see if it has the right nutrients. Radio interview source...
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If you're struggling to raise an annual grass for horses and livestock in the summer, plant some teff. Teff hay is a warm-season forage that may work well in your pasture. Radio interview source...