Beware of Grazing Tall Fescue During Hot Months

Beware of Grazing Tall Fescue During Hot Months

Kathy Voth

On Pasture

Rain in July is normally good news for pastures. But if you’re grazing tall fescue, beware. Cool-season grasses usually go dormant in July, but rains this year kept grass growing. That means livestock farmers must be alert to heat stress added by toxins in the lush grass.

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