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This factsheet offers information on forage needs for meat goats, as well as typical grazing behavior.
This planting guide, provides the best available information about planting rates, depths, and stand evaluation for forage crops commonly grown in North Carolina
This publication is an overview of forage species and their use in livestock production systems in North Carolina.
The studies described in this publication show the potential productive capacity of combinations of hybrid bermudagrass with different annual or perennial grasses or legumes.
This publication covers the different types of bermudagrass, uses of bermudagrasses, planting methods and the grasses' pests and diseases.
Grazing behavior and nutrient requirements in forages for meat goats is discussed in this factsheet.
This publication addresses aspects of hay production as a method of conserving forage crops.
This publication summarizes results from 26 studies addressing the establishment, cell wall content, cultivar improvement, defoliation management, nutritive value, and utilization of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) as pasture, or its conservation as hay or silage or harvested as biomass. Both lowland and upland commercial cultivars and lowland germplasms were evaluated and, in some experiments, compared for yield, nutritive value, and quality characteristics. Comparisons were also made with other warm-season grasses. Switchgrass is a forage species having very flexible potentials as a pasture, stored forage, or biomass crop. Cytotypes, also referred to as ecotypes, and cultivar selections within cytotypes are important considerations when growing switchgrass in the Mid-Atlantic because they depend on its intended use and the crop’s geographic location