Have worked two years to improve 70 acre pasture. My family was upset I did not want poison sprayed so they put up goat fence for a year and brought in 51 goats. This year was asked to test a product called fulvic and they sent microbes to grow and add to mix. Family has acres across road but they use this pasture for weening and bringing over new mom cows. Too many sometimes. Anyway I planted some fescue and white clover in October and November broadcasted a lot of rye. I also purchased red clover to plant in spring and wondered if I should plan to plant other seeds too. Dr Ingrams list are not ones I have ever heard.
Cinda, I'm in the Texas panhandle. Look into blue grama. It's very palatable and after a freeze it cures well retaining a good amount of protein. Blue stem is palatable when young. As it matures it gets tough and less palatable. It doesn't retain as much nutrition as blue grama after the freeze.
posted 7 months ago
One other thing. Blue grama is not the same thing as bluegrass.
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