Increasing Number of Grazing Days During Winter by Using Stockpiled Tall Fescue

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Tall fescue stockpile charts

Frequently referred to as “standing hay” or “autumn-accumulated forage,” stockpiling is a forage management practice to accumulate late summer and fall growth of tall fescue (from August to November) as stockpiled feed for winter grazing (November through February).

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Production and Utilization of Stockpiled Tall Fescue: Understanding the Basic Concepts

This publication discusses the basic concepts of stockpiling as a forage management practice, including the purpose of stockpiling, which grasses can be stockpiled, nutritive valued of stockpiled tall fescue, and …