Comparative Productivity of Five Cool-Season Grasses Under Intermittent Flood Irrigation and Grazed by Beef Cow-Calf Pairs Using Management Intensive Grazing Practices
J. Anim. Sci.
Utah State University is engaged in studies to determine management practices that can be employed under intensive irrigated pasture to increase productivity and viability of beef and dairy producers in Utah. One of these initiatives was a study comparing five cool-season grasses grazed by beef cow-calf pairs over a 4-year period.
Wiedmeier, R.D., P.R. Schmidt, D.M. Meek, A.J. Young, K.C. Olson, D.R. ZoBell, and K.R. Wiedmeier 2004. Comparative productivity of five cool-season grasses under intermittent flood irrigation and grazed by beef cow-calf pairs using management intensive grazing practices J. Anim. Sci. 82:Suppl. : 124.