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It is tempting to turn livestock back onto pastures as soon as forages start to green up and produce new growth. Harvesting forages too early or grazing down too low can reduce stand productivity and longevity. Allow plants sufficient growth time prior to grazing as well as during rest periods to maximize forage quality, yield, and stand persistence. Increased chance of overgrazing is another issue when grazing short forages. Grazing too early not only hurts future forage production but can also reduce livestock performance.
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