Evaluation of Grazing Methods with Bermudagrass Pastures for Stocker Production

Sidney M. Derouen  |  3/31/2005 10:50:43 PM

A high percentage of calves produced in Louisiana are sold at weaning and stockered in other sections of the country. Studies investigating grazing methods on bermudagrass pastures with stocker cattle are somewhat limited and results from these studies have been conflicting and are therefore inconclusive. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of continuous and rotational grazing methods at two stocking rates for stocker cattle consuming bermudagrass forages.
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