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Drought Management on Louisiana Dairy Farms

Description:
This series of articles was prepared by LSU AgCenter extension personnel to address some of the most important topics affecting Louisiana dairy producers during a severe drought. Those topics include Feeding Drought-Stressed Hay and Silage Crops; Weed and Chemical Toxins in Drought-Stressed Forages; Pasture Options for Dairy Producers; Winter Annual Pasture Management and Costs; and Coping with Forage Shortages Due to Drought Conditions: Purchased Forages and By-Products.

Primary Audience:
General
Rural

Resource Updated:
9/7/2011 9:14:18 AM

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Last Updated: 9/7/2011 9:14:18 AM

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