I have 150 acres that I planted to corn this year, normally I would disk the stalks heavy and drill wheat for grazing in the winter. This year I'm thinking about broadcasting the turnip seed mixed with the fertalizer right into the stalks. I would plan to wait until a good rain is forecasted. Will this work? I have never broadcasted turnips on top of the ground before. How is the feed quality of turnips? Can it make the unborn calf get big like wheat can occasionally ? This year I let the cows graze the wheat continually most of the spring due to the extreme lack of grass we have. Majority of the calving is done fed- march. Some of the later calves born this spring were bigger than I want, and I blame it on the wheat. I will strip graze the turnips, so I can control the intake somewhat.