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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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  • MF3569
    MF3569
    Enhancing Intensive Early Stocking plus Late-Season Grazing for Stocker Cattle in the Kansas Flint Hills

    The publication describes a three-year grazing rotation of two years of enhanced intensive early stocking plus late-season grazing followed by one year of season-long grazing at the normal grazing rate. This proved to be a sustainable grazing scheme, which greatly increased profitability for stocker grazing in the Kansas Flint Hills region. 4 pages, color.

  • MF924
    MF924
    Seed Production Management for Smooth Bromegrass and Tall Fescue

    Publication describes management practices to produce high yields of seeds from smooth bromegrass and tall fescue. Practices include clipping seed stalks when mature, and applying nitrogen in late fall or early winter. 4 pages, color.

    $2.20
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  • MF3523
    MF3523
    Cover Crops Grown Post-Wheat for Forage Under Dryland Conditions in the High Plains

    Presents information on species selection, variability in forage production and challenges associated with grazing cover crops. Also provides recommendations for grazing management, determining stocking rates, and other considerations. 8 pages, color.

    $4.35
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  • MF3269
    MF3269
    Beef Cattle: Practices to Improve Sustainability

    Producers can reduce the environmental impact of livestock production while increasing profits by using the practices suggested in this fact sheet. 4-page, color.

    $0.00
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  • MF3459
    MF3459
    Fire and Grasslands

    Publication describes the benefits of burning grassland to provide better grazing for livestock and better habitat for wildlife, to control woody plants and weeds, and to reduce the risk of wildfire. 4-page, color.

    $2.20
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