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Randy Seymour
John Seymour

Start Date

9-1-2004 11:00 AM

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First, let’s make it clear from the start, there is NO justification for plowing up all of your cool season forages and replacing them with warm season forages.

We strongly believe, and can support our belief with practical evidence, that warm season native grasses, produced in DESIGNED AMOUNTS to complement cool season forages, will make money for the beef and dairy producer.

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Jan 9th, 11:00 AM

Seven Basic Elements for a Successful Native Warm Season Grass Establishment for Forage Production

First, let’s make it clear from the start, there is NO justification for plowing up all of your cool season forages and replacing them with warm season forages.

We strongly believe, and can support our belief with practical evidence, that warm season native grasses, produced in DESIGNED AMOUNTS to complement cool season forages, will make money for the beef and dairy producer.