Pigeon Peas Could Be Forage for the Herds, Not the Birds

Pigeon Peas Could Be Forage for the Herds, Not the Birds

Rachel Gilker

Onpasture.com

Pigeon peas have been cultivated for more than 3500 years, and they are pretty popular in much of the world. They are a common food grain in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, and rank as the 6th most popular pulse (legume) in the world. But, pigeon peas haven’t gotten much traction in North America. Why the heck not? We think it might be time.

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