I'm trying to change my ways and get to feeding less bales every year. I'll admit old habits are hard to break but I'm motivated by the results so far. Anyhow my question - I planted some rye to graze in the spring, also turned them in on it late fall. They did well ( cow /calf operation ) on it and I pulled them trying to leave 3 or 4" of growth so it was able to with stand the frost. We have had a killing frost already and there is still some decent growth on the stand. Can I graze this growth off? I know with alfalfa after the frost it is ok to graze it but I'm not sure with rye? I would wait until the ground is froze so they don't tear it up. I'm not wanting to hurt the spring stand because this was the reason for planting the rye.....suggestions??