Hot Dry Summer and Forage Quality

 
  From the Oct 5, 2017 Broadcast of Call of the Land
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 In many parts of the province, a hot dry summer has hastened the maturity and dormancy of native and improved pastures. To find out what this means for forage quality, we’re speaking with Barry Yaremcio, beef/forage specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

Interview with Barry Yaremcio (3:43 minutes) (1.70 Mb)

On an upcoming program, Barry discusses the implications of these poor pasture conditions on beef cows.

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This information published to the web on October 5, 2017.