Does Ryegrass Variety Matter in a Beef Stocker Program?

Wayne E. Wyatt, Granger, Andrew L.  |  3/29/2005 3:31:04 AM

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Research conducted by the LSU AgCenter in the 1980s clearly revealed a profit potential for stocker beef production in Louisiana. Annual ryegrass has the productivity during the cooler parts of the year (late-fall, winter, and spring) and the nutritional quality necessary for growing beef animals to play a major role in most Louisiana beef stocker programs.
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