- Dec 17, 2019
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- N. Central boonies, Oklahoma
We are used to Johnson grass here, and as long as it is not dead or after a frost, they love it. But the sorghum restrictions are pretty bad:I used to always worry about turning them out on the Johnsongrass, but over the years, they've grazed it down to nothing.
A guy a few years ago at Mooresburg baled Sudex that had been frosted on. He lost several after he fed it.We are used to Johnson grass here, and as long as it is not dead or after a frost, they love it. But the sorghum restrictions are pretty bad:
Don't turn in hungry cattle;
Don't graze plants that are under 18-24 inches;
Don't graze after a frost, ect.
Good call!Some may remember a few days ago I was concerned about rotating my cattle onto 8 acres I normally rotate to.
I did not rotate them!
That spot is closed. I don't know when to rotate em now. Glad I made a good choice. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every now and then....
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I'm guessing the drought going on out there is causing it?