Spring-planted Oat for Grazing or Hay Production

Spring-planted Oat for Grazing or Hay Production

Daren Redfearn, Jeff Edwards

Oklahoma State University

Seasonal droughts are normal in the southern Great Plains. Droughts occurring during the fall and winter can be especially disruptive of a usually predictable supply of wheat pasture. The two most common effects of drought are minimal available forage for spring grazing and limited hay supplies.

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