Tall fescue affects reproduction in cattle
The Leaf Chronicle
Neal Schrick, University of Tennessee Animal Science professor and researcher shares good information on tall fescue and beef reproduction:
For years, producers have suspected tall fescue of affecting breeding results, and recent research by UT AgResearch teams has turned these suspicions into hard facts. These new studies prove that the endophyte-infected, cool-season perennial grass has a detrimental effect on reproduction in both bulls and cows.