New oat forages fact sheets available

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Recent research has shown that oats, seeded in late-summer, can provide an excellent source of emergency forage before winter.

This is the subject of two new University of Wisconsin “Focus on Forage” fact sheets: “Fall-Grown Oat Forages: Unique Quality Characteristics” and “Fall-Grown Oat Forages: Cultivars, Planting Dates, and Expected Yields.”

The fact sheets were written by Wayne Coblentz, scientist with the USDA Dairy Forage Research Center, and Mike Bertram, Arlington ARS Superintendent.

Read “Fall-Grown Oat Forages: Unique Quality Characteristics.”

Read “Fall-Grown Oat Forages: Cultivars, Planting Dates, and Expected Yields.”

Source: University of Wisconsin-Extension Team Forage



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